Our Warth Mills Project publication is now available in print – and you can also view it online below.
Hit the full-screen button at the bottom-right of the Issuu viewer to enlarge the publication, and use the arrows to flick through the pages.
The magazine contains an article by Dr Rachel Pistol on the legacy of the SS Arandora Star tragedy; a memoir from Henry Wuga, who is perhaps the last surviving internee of Warth Mills; and an interview with Norbert Meyn of Ensemble Émigré, whose emphatic performance in Manchester in June 2018 gave the public a rare chance to hear the work of Peter Gellhorn and other interned artists. There is also a photo essay, with images by Andrew Brooks, in which we projected the faces of Warth Mills internees onto landmarks around Bury.
Many thanks to Jane Bowyer, Pressision and Orbery for their help in publishing the magazine.