LEDBURY will remember the fallen, during the centenary anniversary of the close of the First World War, with a new exhibition on the parish church and extra special arrangements for Remembrance Sunday.

The fifth in the series of exhibitions produced by local historian Jennifer Harrison about Life in Ledbury during the First World War will be displayed during November, in St Michael and All Angels Church.

Mrs Harrison said: "These exhibitions have always featured what was happening here in Ledbury whilst the men, and one woman, were away 'over there'.

"The Life in Ledbury exhibition, 1918-1919 will revisit some of the stories from 2014, so we will see the departure of the Belgian refugees, be amazed by the amount produced by the Ledbury War Supply Depot, read how the Influenza Pandemic affected Ledbury as well as the event in 1919 which changed the face of Ledbury. There will be a list of all those from Ledbury who served in the First World War that research has been able to discover to date."

Life in Ledbury1918-1919 will be displayed in St Michael’s from November 7 to November 13 from 10 am until 4 pm except during services

Remembrance Sunday, on November 11, will be marked as is by now traditional and expected, with an service of remembrance by the war memorial, in Ledbury High Street, beginning at 10.30am.

This will be followed by a service in Ledbury Parish Church, St Michael and All Angels

During the Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial the names of all those from Ledbury who died in both the First and Second World Wars will be read out.

After the service in St Michael’s a Full Peal will be rung joining church bells ringing out all over the country to commemorate 100 years since the Armistice was signed.