Housing munition workers in WW1

Thursday, 3 March, 2022 - 10:00

 House building virtually ceased during WW1, the major exception being houses for munition workers.  The first of these was at Well End for the Woolwich Arsenal, built in 1915.  Because of the lack of both bricks and bricklayers many of these houses were constructed using non-traditional methods

Talk by John McGuiness, AIA member

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