HMHS Britannic Centenary Memorial Event

BRITANNIC 100  Commemorating the Centenary of the Sinking of HMHS Britannic November 2016 marks the centenary of the sinking of His Majesty’s Hospital Ship Britannic – the biggest single ship sunk in World War One. Striking a mine off Greece while acting as a hospital ship, she sank in 55 minutes with the loss of […]

Titanic Crew Window design competition

The Society is delighted to announce a significant milestone has been reached in its aspiration to help install the first-ever stained glass window dedicated to the crew of the RMS Titanic.  On 7th September, the Worship Company of Glaziers and Painters of Glass launched its 2016 Stevens Architectural Glass Competition with the objective to attract […]

Jack Phillips – illustrated talk on 10th April

Mandy Le Boutillier, international Jack Phillips expert and  BTS member will give an illustrated talk telling Jack’s story before the loss of the Titanic and during the disaster, based on her collection of postcards he sent home to his Farncombe family.Friday, April 10th at 7.30 pm at the Wilfrid Noyce Centre, Crown Court, Godalming. Refreshments […]

Important Announcement: Pier 54 heritage threat

The British Titanic Society has been contacted by the Titanic International Society proposing an emergency joint venture to protect an iconic part of New York’s Titanic heritage. On 18 November, it was announced in New York City that the remains of historic Pier 54, where Titanic’s survivors were landed, will be demolished as part of […]

Titanic dining room recreated

John Siggins, a BTS member who regularly exhibits at the annual BTS convention, has created a Titanic dining room as part of an outdoor museum in his shed – read all about it in the Derby Telegraph here. John’s shed also featured in the Channel 4 program ‘Amazing spaces shed of the year’ in Episode […]