Titanic Exhibition - Bond Street Chelmsford

Chelmsford Civic Society are staging the touring Titanic Honour and Glory exhibition in Bond St Chelmsford, which gives a fascinating insight into this endlessly compelling story - the Titanic legend. Visitors will discover what life was like on board with beautiful replica artefacts.

The private launch for press and media will take place at 10.00 on Thursday 6th April when we are delighted to welcome from the States the tv crew from the Titanic Channel. As you may know the SOS equipment on the Titanic and Carpathia was made at the World's First Wireless Factory in Hall St Chelmsford and the Marconi Radio Officers on board saved 705 lives.

Our campaign is to 'raise funds for the Industrial Heritage in our City' Charity No. 271779

Contact details: Pam Swaby
Mobile: 07764 897725
Tel: 01245 506062

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