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Ladywood 1914-1918 Exhibition

Posted January 6th, 2015 by Suzanne Carter with No Comments

WW1 exhibtionLadywood History Group are holding a WWI exhibition this weekend – here are details from Norman Bartlam:

Why not start your new year by visiting our World War I exhibition?
It will be hell, er, held on Saturday 10 January and Sunday 11 January 2015 at Oratory Church, Hagley Road near Five Ways.
Car park via Plough & Harrow Road.

The church has agreed we can use the Upper Cloister building from 9.00 -1.00 both days, (although we hope to be able to stay open later in the afternoons)
If you can’t make it at the weekend you can visit on Friday 9th or Monday 12th during school hours when the exhibition will be open for school visits.

There will be displays about Birmingham in WWI especially the period 1914 -1915.

The event will feature contributions from Ladywood’s video news team TNT News ( and WWI experts Dave Vaux, Tony Fox, and Terry Carter will be on hand to answer your WWI questions. So bring along any photos, memorabilia and questions you may have.

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