Herefordshire in the Great War: Exhibition to tell story of county's role in the conflict

Alfred Watkins' photo of Marion Watkins felling an oak tree. The photo is dated from approximately 1916. Photo: Herefordshire Museum Service.

A military concert party. Photos like this will feature in the exhibition. Photo: Herefordshire Museum Service. (6996775)

A poster from WW1. O thers, similar to this, will feature in the exhibition. Photo: Herefordshire Museum Service. (6996780)

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AN exhibition is to tell the story of Herefordshire's part in the First World War.

The county's role in the conflict, which began 100 years ago this year, is to be explored at the exhibition at Hereford Museum and Gallery.

It will include images dating from the war and aims to tell the story of the changes Herefordshire experienced between 1914 and 1918.

It takes place between Wednesday and Saturday from June 21 to November 8 from 11am to 4pm.

Additional opening will take place on Sunday November 9 and Tuesday November 11 with free admission and access for visitors with disabilities.

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