Last Chance To See WW1 Exhibition
The WW1 Exhibition at St John's, Chelford has been very all attended with approximately 70-100 people passing through each Sunday so far.
It's an extremely interesting exhibition and paints a fascinating picture of the social history of Chelford and the surrounding area. Sunday, 31st August is your last chance to see everything and to round off your visit with tea and cake. The strong advice is to go along as it's well worth it.
Congratulations to all at St John's for their hard work in staging this highly successful event.
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