Stamford in the First World War

Stamford in the First World War

This exhibition by the Stamford District Local History Society looks at how the town and district fared
during the 1st World War and just after. The displays include artefacts, images and information panels,
facsimile newspapers, lists of the local men wounded and fallen, and information about local families
affected by the war’s events.
6 - 12 November

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