Get Involved

Want to help with the project?

Information wanted

If you know anything about the people or places listed on this page, or if you have any photos, documents or family stories relating to anything that happened locally during the World War One period, we would love to hear from you. If you have information about a relative who lost their life in the Great War, please tell us about them.


Research assistance

If you have experience of family history research and can research a few of the people we have not yet had time to investigate, please contact us. We would be very grateful for any help with the research.


Website assistance

We would also like you to contact us if you are able to help with photography, or if you have experience of using WordPress and can help upload the information to the website.


Want to support our work?


Easyfundraising logoYou can help us raise funds to pay for our website and events at no cost to you, when you search the internet or shop online.

We have partnered with the Easyfundraising scheme – just register, click through our special Easyfundraising web page to the online shop of your choice and when you make a purchase we will receive a donation from the shop at no cost to you! Use it for all your shopping – Amazon, Ebay, Marks & Spencer, John Lewis, etc – and for services such as insurance, TV, Broadband, train tickets, flights, and more!

No need to register to raise funds when searching the internet – just go to our personalised search page!

Register using our special referral link to raise an additional 50p for us the first time you shop via Easyfundraising.

Bookmark our fundraising pages now so you can easily find them:





We also raise funds through the sale of calendars and other items – our current items for sale are listed below:

North East Cheshire Villages WWI Book

Macclesfield Reflects and Cheshire Villages Great War Society member Harry Carlisle has produced a 668 page A4 illustrated book, “For the Freedom of us all”, giving a background to the names listed on 32 WWI war memorials from towns and villages … Continue reading

Macclesfield WWI Book

Macclesfield Reflects and Cheshire Villages Great War Society member Harry Carlisle has produced a 422 page A4 illustrated softback book, “Not Just a Name”, giving a background to 664 of the 667 names listed on the Macclesfield Park Green World War I war … Continue reading