Elson Community Library and Hub, 136 Chantry Road, Gosport, Hampshire, PO12 4NG
During the winter of 1943 and the first half of 1944. Gosport played a major role in preparing for the D-Day embarkations and the conflict that followed.
In this illustrated talk, by The Gosport D-Day Fellowship, you’ll hear all about the planning, training and construction which happened locally in preparation for Operation Overlord, and the thousands of troops who passed through Gosport on their way to the beaches of Normandy, many never to return.
Duration approx: 75 minutes
Monday 13 September: 1830
Please DIY book via the BOOK NOW button. But for people who may experience difficulty with booking online themselves, we can help.
Contact us from 0930 to 1700. Monday to Saturday….
In-person: Gosport Tourist Information Centre (at the Bus Station)
By Phone: 023 9252 2944 or 07849 399 823
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (subject line: ASSISTED BOOKING)
Booking opens:21 August 2021 09:30
Booking closes:11 September 2021 17:00
Layby outside for disabled parking and drop-offs.
Please arrive 10 minutes before the start to be seated. General on-road parking in the area.
Gosport D-Day Fellowship