Gallipoli Music Memorial 2015

Our trustees

  • Sara Loch, Church Warden and twice Mayor of Blandford Forum

  • Adam Forty, Business Manager of the Royal Signals Museum, Blandford Camp

  • Dr Kate Kennedy, expert on World War I music and adviser to BBC Radio 3 on the music of 1914-1918, Weinrebe Fellow in Life-Writing and Leverhulme fellow, Wolfson College, Oxford

  • Nick Peacey, MBE, William Denis Browne's great-nephew, recently retired from running a consortium of 40 local authorities working on special educational needs and disabilities with the Institute of Education, University of London

  • Clemency Wilkins, grand-daughter of the Gallipoli artist Robert Gibbings






A French Colonial (Senegalese) 75mm artillery gun in action near Sedd el Bahr
at Cape Helles, Gallipoli during the Third Battle of Krithia, 4 June 1915.