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Welcome to the website of the National Civillian WWII Memorial Trust (NCWW2MT)

The aim of the Trust is to establish a Home Front Tribute on the site of the former National Picture Theatre in Kingston Upon Hull.

We would like to develop the site, by stabilising and repairing the ruins in the front section, by including an events / memorial area in the middle section, and by building an educational facility in the rear section. When not in use by the Trust the education facility could be used by the local community for meetings etc.

The Beverley Road area and the city as a whole will then benefit. It would make a major contribution to the local community, education for children and adults, and tourism. The National Picture Theatre, with its national and international significance, is a unique and distinctive survival, and has the potential to draw visitors from the region, the UK and abroad. 

The National Picture Theatre is a focus for the city's wartime memories and for the remembrance of those who served on the Home Front.  People and communities matter, and the Council must take the strong feeling of people living in the city in to consideration. We should never forget that it was the courage and bravery of the previous generation of our city and nation that stood together against tyranny, death and destruction to allow us the freedom to speak out.  We are using this freedom now to urge the council to acknowledge the value of this building which, more than any other stands as a unique and powerful reminder and symbol of Kingston upon Hull's extraordinary fortitude during the war.

 

LATEST NEWS

For the current situation on the Trust's project, please click on 'Latest News' in the LH menu.

 

THIS WEBSITE

This website was established on Saturday 22nd August 2009.

It was last updated on Sunday 2nd November 2014.

Cheers.

Alan Canvess