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Lancaster’s Belgian Refugees

Lancaster Judges Lodgings Museum

The largest group of refugees in British History were the 250,000 Belgians who escaped to the UK after the German invasion of Belgium during the First World War. Historian Henry Holborn reveals what happened when some of these refugees arrived in North Lancashire including Barrow, Blackpool, Fleetwood and Preston. How were they received? Where did they stay? What did they do during the war? Find out more!

Cost £5 which includes entrance to the museum and refreshments.

For more information call 01524 581241 or email [email protected]

To Book: https://bit.ly/EventsAtJudgesLodgings

  • Adult talk

Starts on: 28th June - 12:00 PM

Ends on: 28th June - 1:00 PM