Part of an archive of material relating to Corporal Paice of Ebley

Medals, souvenirs and legacy is the theme for exhibitions in 2018 - we will be showing objects from our own collections including death plaques, victory medals and souvenirs such as bullets and postcards.

The outline programme for the year is as follows, though this is subject to change so please keep an eye on our calendar for the most up to date information.

1 January - 4 March : Medals. This display will look at medals from the Museum Collections

6 March - 29 April : Medals by Sue Brown. Sue is our Artist in Residence for the World War One period. She will be producing artwork on the theme of medals for display during this period. You can find out more about Sue and her work here

1 May - 2 September : Souvenirs. This display looked at souvenirs acquired or made by soldiers, prisoners and others during the War

5 September - 28 October : Peace and Commemoration. This display takes in the end of the war with special reference to the early steps made towards commemoration of the war and memorialisation of those lost.

Following the end of our own World War One commemoration programme in October, the Museum will also host an exhibition from the Five Valleys in the Great War research group from 3rd - 11th November 2018


Did you know?

Bronze plaques known as Dead Man's Pennies were issued to the next of kin of over 1, 355,000 British and Empire servicemen who were killed during the First World War, or died later as a consequence of the war


Please visit for more information about Dead Man's Pennies 


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