By Dorothy Jones - 1st November 2014 6:08am
To commemorate the start of WW1, Audlem District History Society is mounting a display of fascinating memorabilia next week in St. James's Church.
This will be held in The Lady Chapel from 2.00pm Thursday 6th November to 4.00pm Tuesday 11th November.
Exhibits will include a weighty shell case; documents; posters; letters; objects and maps.
If you missed this collection at our meeting in September or would like to spend more time then here is another opportunity to view an extremely informative and poignant display.
Dorothy Jones (secretary)
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