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Saturday 26 July - Sunday 16 November 2014
Marking one hundred years since the outbreak of the Great War, this exhibition explores the experiences of the people of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, at home and in the trenches in Northern France, through powerful images, diaries, letters and artefacts.
The exhibition will draw on a range of collections, including loans from national institutions. The themes will be broad ranging, covering the involvement of local people in all theatres of the global conflict, their involvement in all services and on the home front and examining the changes wrought on society by the conflict. The exhibition will also cover the roles of men and women in the conflict and the experiences of people now living in Nottingham , who arrived in the City since 1918 from all over the world.
This exhibition forms part of the wider Trent to Trenches programme, a series of events to commemorate the outbreak of World War 1.
We are offering six lucky people the chance to WIN a family pass to the exhibition. To enter our competition, please click here.
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