Home Front History is pleased to work with and support Veterans and members of the UK Armed Services.
"Your professionalism and can-do attitude was so inspiring. I really hope I have the opportunity to work with you again"
Theatre and Film Director
London SE15 5DF
Thanks so much for all your help – you were great.
Thanks again and all the best"
Channel 5 Television
We are also pleased to have supported British Army Headquarters, Marlborough Lines, Andover, Hampshire and the Army Air Corps Museum, Middle Wallop, Hampshire
Photograph courtesy of Nick Halling
The Dame Vera Lynn Children's Charity
We are proud to support the Dame Vera Lynn Children's Charity and support other charitable causes including Children in Need, SSAFA and the Royal British Legion.
GI War Babe
Please tell us about you and how we can help meet your needs.
Telephone us or email and let’s have an informal chat. We will always do our best to help, but if we are not able to answer your enquiry, we can probably direct you to someone who can.
Tel: 077 483 10996
Do please leave a message if we are not available
The original website was created in 2009 as a result of a conversation between a group of friends who also happened to have a shared and passionate interest in Britain’s wartime history and life on the Home Front.
The site was predominantly about promoting living history relevant to the 1940s era however it soon evolved into a resource for school history projects and for individuals and organisations seeking more information about the nation’s social and military history.
Today we are able to offer a range of services in our role as a not for profit entity and these include Photo Archives, Talks, Displays and Presentations as well as an Advisory Service to Event Organisers and Venues and the Media/TV/Film sectors.
We are based in the south of England with our own local resources. Over the years we have established a network of contacts across the UK and are able to call on advice, guidance and support as necessary from many knowledgeable third parties.
We have supported and continue to support a number of organisations including Charities, Local Authorities, Public and Private Venues, Visitor Destinations and the Armed Forces. For further details and references please contact us.
We remember with great affection our Patron Pauline Natividad who passed away suddenly on 23rd October 2020.
Pauline was a GI War Babe who was reunited some years ago with her Dad and her new family in the United States. Her father was stationed in England during the build up to D-Day and he met Pauline's Mum, a member of the Land Army in Hampshire. Pauline's passion for History, her support in helping other war babes find their fathers and her cheerful disposition will leave wonderful lasting memories for all those who came to know her.
Thank you Pauline, you are sadly missed.
Photograph courtesy of The Dame Vera Lynn Children's Charity
Home Front History is a:
Registered United Kingdom Social Enterprise