The Faithful City, and the county beyond, is determined not to let the centenary of the Battle of Gheluvelt pass without a commemoration that's fitting to the sacrifices made by the 2nd Worcesters on Saturday, October 31, 1914.

If you're moved to follow in the footsteps of those who've researched their family connections to the Regiment, or you're inspired to visit the landscape where those sacrifices were made, then these two articles will help:

Useful links for your research or trip

How the county celebrates the centenary

Pride of Major Hankey's family

Hundreds gather to remember the brave Worcesters

Monument in a quiet corner of Gheluvelt

Battle of Gheluvelt commemoration in association with....

Worcester Warriors websiteThe audio documentary at the heart of this Battle of Gheluvelt commemorative project would not have been possible without the support of Worcester Warriors and The Duckworth Worcestershire Trust. Please click the logos for more details

Gheluvelt: The documentary

Worcetershire Regiment cap badge 1914Find out how the Gheluvelt documentary happened by following this link, and start reading the remarkable stories that didn't make the final cut.... 

The visit you ought to make

Gheluvelt 1914 detailLet's set you on your way so that you, too, can research your family connections to Gheluvelt, or visit the other battlefields of Flanders... and you should. 

Please tell us about your hero

Ypres cornflowerFamily or feedback? If you're related to a Gheluvelt hero, email intouch@battleofgheluvelt.co.uk and share his story with a grateful nation