With only one more day to go until the VE-Day 75th Anniversary, today we would like to remind you how you can celebrate within your own home and garden.
Many people lost their lives fighting in WWII, some came back alive, and others stayed and did their bit at home. Today we would like to remind you of the men and women who were the heroes.
Local dances were extremely important to the occupants of towns and villages throughout Britain during WWII. It was a place to meet your friends and have fun.
Though most women were left at home when WWII started, as their men went off to fight, a large number enlisted for the services or did vital war work.
Only 5 days to go until VE-Day. Today we want to tell you about Evacuees, several of whom landed in Bishopsteignton during WWII.
How much do YOU know about the music that was around in WWII?
On Day 7 of our VE-Day Countdown, we celebrate FOOD!
How to look the part for VE-Day 75 celebrations in your own home.
Just nine days to go until our great ‘at home’ VE 75!
The planned activities for the socially distanced village’s celebration of Victory in Europe Day. We will be adding video, images and further descriptions of the events once they have taken place.
We would especially like to record the village joining in with “We’ll Meet Again” at 5 o’clock, but would love to record any other history our village may be making on the day.