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King Cot­tage Mu­seum Dis­play 3rd to 18th Novem­ber To com­mem­o­rate 100 years since the Armistice that ended the First World War on 11th Novem­ber 1918, Bun­bury His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety will present a dis­play of rel­e­vant ob­jects, pho­tos and in­for­ma­tive pan­els. Spe­cial Com­mem­o­ra­tive Event 2-4pm Sun­day 11th Novem­ber | En­try: Adults $20 Stu­dents $10 On Sun­day 11th Novem­ber, we will com­mem­o­rate the Cen­te­nary of Armistice with a live pre­sen­ta­tion of sto­ries, read­ings and po­etry from 2-4 pm At the end of the war many com­mu­ni­ties ex­pressed their col­lec­tive grat­i­tude and sense of grief through memo­ri­als nam­ing those among them who served and those who did not re­turn. King Cot­tage Mu­seum holds one such, a Com­mem­o­ra­tive Lead­light Win­dow, orig­i­nally from the Bun­bury Methodist Church. The de­tails of ser­vice of those named brings home the price paid in ca­su­al­ties and life chang­ing dis­rup­tion among just one small sec­tor of our com­mu­nity. Af­ter­noon tea pro­vided.

Peace Pa­rade, Vic­to­ria St – 14th Novem­ber 1918

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