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wartakesmanOur friend Sarah Yates invites you to a free WW1 exhibition that she is putting on in Higher Walton on Saturday 8th November 2014.

Venue: All Saints Church, Higher Walton. PR5 4EA
Date: Saturday 8th November 2014
Time: 10am – 4pm
Price: FREE

Meet an expert dressed as a WW1 soldier and ask him questions, learn about his uniform and the war. There will be competitions for children, film clips to watch and much much more. There will also be a display of genuine artifacts. Have your lunch in a re-creation of the Preston Station Buffet.

You will also have the opportunity to see one of the largest non civic Rolls of Honour in Lancashire –  430 men, 54 died , 376 came home from all villages and denominations in the South Ribble. You will also learn the history of Khaki and understand why Higher Walton was so important to its production.

All profits go to the Royal British Legion for their continuing work.

For more information please see the facebook page ‘War Takes Man War Takes Men

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Paul McCormick is the creator and administrator for the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment website. Since 2010 he has been researching the soldiers that served during the First World War and sharing their stories on his website. You can contact Paul through the website 'Contact Me' page or on Twitter and Facebook.
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One Response to WW1 Exhibition at Higher Walton

  1. Kathrine Fraser says:

    what a wonderful way to remember our families who sacrificed so much for us, far more than we can ever imagine. Thank you so much Sarah.

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