World War I Exhibition
During the August Teas at St John's Church, there will be an exhibition to commemorate the lives of those who fought for us in World War I and all those (man and beast) who lived in that era under strict restrictions.
If you have anything relating to those years, such as a forces item, cookery books, photographs, family stories or any items of interest, please could you contact Sue Roycroft on 01625 861509
The plan is to have lockable display cabinets to keeps items safe, or if you prefer, photographs will be taken of your valued artefacts. If you have any contributions for the exhibition, please let Sue know by the end of June.
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