Ann Symons and Claire Ryley are holding a further Reminiscence Afternoon at Shaftesbury Library, on Tuesday 29 March between 2.30 and 3.30p.m. The focus of interest on this occasion will be family stories of the experiences of Prisoners of War and internees, during both World Wars. There will be tea and cakes and the opportunity to examine documents and artefacts from the Gold Hill Museum Collection. Further details of this free event and of the Gold Hill Museum Great War Community Project can be obtained by contacting Ann and Claire via firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 01747 852157.
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