Booking information

Booking information

You can book your tour or accommodation with Lost Generation 1914-18 in a couple of different ways, either by filling in the booking form online, emailing us on bookings@lostgeneration1914-18.com with any questions or by ringing us directly on the following numbers -

01405 861675 - UK office

079 1914 18 08 - UK mobile

0033 322 757203 - French office from within the UK

0033 666 344486 - French mobile from within the UK

Deposits and Payments

We will request a £50.00 per person deposit when you book your tour with us with further payments as per the schedule below -

  • 50% per person payable - 4 weeks prior to the date of travel.
  • Balance payable upon arrival.
  • For accommodation only guests we request a £10 per person per night deposit payable at the time of booking, balance is payable at the end of your stay.

In 1914 a WWI Winnipeg Captain, Harry Colebourn, took a black bear cub to England as his regiment's mascot. When Colebourn shipped out for France, he donated the bear named "Winnipeg", after his home town, to the London Zoo. Author A.A. Milne and his son Christopher Robin loved "Winnie" and his father later crafted stories about a boy and his bear, "Winnie the Pooh".

Harry Colebourn