Station Volunteers Plant A Memory
The station volunteers have planted a special bed on the Crewe-bound platform of Chelford Station. The bed, as you can see, is filled with poppies and red geraniums and has a plaque recording the names of all those from the Chelford area who gave their lives in WW1.
This is just one part of Chelford's commemorations of the events of August, 1914. During the August Teas at St John's, the GAP Committee intend to hold an exhibition of items relating to WW1.
If you have any memorabilia that you are willing to have exhibited or be photographed for exhibit, please contact Sue Roycroft on 01625 861509 before 25th July.
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