Fairwarp in Ashdown Forest is gearing up to remember its fallen from the Great War with an Exhibition in the village hall from Monday 5 November to Saturday 10 November.
A great amount of research has been undertaken into the lives of the 25 men from Fairwarp who lost their lives in World War One and the exhibition will take the visitor on their journey from 1913 through to 1919.
The research has also thrown up some interesting facts about life in Fairwarp and Ashdown Forest at that time which is also included in the exhibition together with photographs and memorabilia from that time.
The exhibition is free to enter and is open at the following times:
Monday 5 Nov – 6.30pm-8.30pm; Tuesday 6 Nov – 2.00pm-8.30pm; Wednesday 7 Nov – 1.00pm-3.30pm; Wednesday 7 Nov – 6.00pm-8.30pm; Thursday 8 Nov – 2.00pm-8.30pm; Friday 9 Nov – 11.00am-8.30pm; Saturday 10 Nov – 11.00am-1.30pm
Light refreshments will be available for visitors.