first world war


Time to Reflect

Volunteer Colin Ogdan ‘a man of many talents’ writes about his experience of volunteering at Glenside Hospital Museum. I heard the Museum was looking for someone to help with woodwork for their displays and so with my engineering background and experience in education I turned up. I look at project suggestions from the team and […]


The Stretcher: Untold Stories of the First World War

‘The stretcher-bearer ferried him from hell, A wounded soldier the blast of a shell.’ Stretcher-bearers are the unsung heroes of the First World War. They were often considered to be nothing more than a porter, but they were in fact extremely brave individuals who returned to the battlefield to collect the wounded. Advancing troops were […]


In Remembrance: capturing the history of war is not easy

This Remembrance Weekend GHM would like to thank all our visitors who gave us their family stories. Their contributions have been added to our collection to share with the generations to come. They help us remember the soldiers who came to Beaufort War Hospital during the First World War. In 2014, we began to research […]


Moved by Conflict: First World War Exhibition at the M Shed

Find out how the First World War effected Bristol and its people in the M Shed’s new exhibition, ‘Moved by Conflict‘. Featuring archives and original objects, the exhibition reveals how local lives were impacted by war. Glenside Hospital Museum are proud to have supplied one of the many fascinating objects that make up the exhibition: a pair of […]