St Nicholas’ church will be marking the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1 as part of its ongoing heritage programme. From Saturday 3rd November there will be a digital display about local soldiers who gave their lives in the conflict, plus an exhibition of photographs and archive material, live and recorded music of the time and children’s activities. Plus free refreshments – coffee, tea and cake for all visitors.
This is an opportunity to see how the war affected the church and local community. Also to share your own family’s story if you wish to – you are welcome to bring along any photos, letters or other artefacts that you have.
Saturday 3RD November: 10.30am – 12noon & 2pm – 4pm
Sunday 4TH November: 1.30pm – 3pm
Saturday 10TH November: 10.30am – 12noon & 2pm- 4PM
The church is also open for heritage as usual throughout November every Tuesday morning and Thursday afternoon and the WW1 displays will remain in place until 22nd November.