WW1 Commemorative Exhibition
Pro Patria “For one’s Country”
Deal Town Council has put on exhibitions over the past 4 years to commemorate the end of WW1, to draw these commemorations to a conclusion the Council is staging a free two day exhibition encompassing a snapshot of all aspects of service in the locality of Deal.
The Town Hall will be open to the public on Monday 12th November 12.30-16.30 and Tuesday 13th November 10.00-16.00.
Exhibitions include the “Theatres of War” and the “Home Front”, the WW1 Belgian Refugees in Deal and Walmer, as well an exhibition by the Expeditionary Trust on Anglo-French relations with the British Army in St Omer during the Great War. Materials for these exhibitions have been provided by Judith Gaunt, Suzanne Green and Pat Smith.
Members of The Royal British Legion Down’s branch will be in attendance, with a display of postcards written by pupils from Sandown School, St Mary’s Catholic Primary School and the Downs CEP Primary School thanking the WW1 generation, as well as a hand written leather bound Roll Of Honour.
“We will remember them, we still remember them”
For more information, please contact the Events Manager Joanne Harper on 01304 361999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. www.deal.gov.uk