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Young Hearts — Run Free!

The eighth annual LGBT history and archives conference focuses on aspects of youth culture past and present.

Saturday 4 December 10 am – 4.30 pm

This conference is part of an extensive programme of events and activities held at London Metropolitan Archives, 40 Northampton Road, London, EC1R 0HB. Full details are available on the website www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/lma

0845 475 1815

www.theculturalexperience.com

NOT YOUR TYPICAL HISTORICAL AND BATTLEFIELD

TOUR COMPANY

Our 2011 Tour programme includes;

The Crimean War * The Classic Peninsular War * The

Easter Rising * The Waterloo Campaign The Jacobite Revolution * Napoleon’s Paris * The Race for the Sky: the development of the French cathedral * The Franco-Prussian War * Cassino and Monte Cassino * Wellington in the Pyrenees * The War in the Desert: Egypt Mediaeval Paris * The War in the Desert: Libya * Normandy

The Western Front * The Zulu and Boer Wars

The Ashanti Wars * The Holocaust

Tours led by recognised and leading experts;

Patrick Mercer MP * James Holland * Gordon Corrigan

Professor Jeremy Black * Dr Stephen Badsey Professor Gary Sheffield * Imogen Corrigan

Small group tours which means;

Maximum of 20 participants Well located hotels with character Convivial dinners at a variety of restaurants

Greater time with our experts

Will power.

Douglas Bader was legendary for his dogged determination and will power, refusing to let the loss of both his legs prevent him from flying Spitfires in the Second World War.

These qualities of determination and will power are shared by the men and women, past and present, of the Royal Air Force family who secured and maintain our freedom today. Qualities that, sadly, are often needed to fight different battles such as disability, age, accident, illness and poverty. The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund has a duty to assist such family members. You have the power to help by remembering the RAF family as you remember your family in your will.

Because, where there is a will, there is a way to help.

For more information, please phone us on 0800 169 2942 and ask to speak to ‘Legacy Support’, look us up on the web at www.rafbf.org or write to:

Legacies Officer, RAFBF, 67 Portland Place, London W1B 1AR.

Registered Charity No. 1081009

To order your copy of our brochure which contains details on all of our 2011 tours visit our website, www.theculturalexperience.com or telephone 0845 475 1815

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