By Webteam - 9th November 2018 6:08am
An AudlemOnline reader reports visiting the exhibition 'The Fallen' at the Potteries Museum —
"I visited an exhibition 'For The Fallen' at The Potteries Museum last week.
"I noticed an entry in The Sentinel dated 26 August 1916 re Sapper B Whitmore from Station View, Audlem who was killed in action on 2nd August 1916.
"It is an exhibition well worth visiting. It is on until Sunday 18th November"
Click here to visit the Potteries Museum website.
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