BLACKHEATH 1914-1918 A SURREY VILLAGE AT WAR. EXHIBITION 7-9TH NOVEMBER 2014

We welcomed over 800 visitors to our exhibition over the weekend including pupils from Longacre School and the Mayor of Waverley. The next few pages will give you a little glimpse of what we had on show.

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We would like to thank the following for all their help with the exhibition and project -

The Woking History Centre, The Guildford Institute, The National Archives, Marion May Historical Costumes, The Guildford House Gallery, Gidden Place Printers, The Blackheath Village Hall, The Blackheath Village Society, The Heritage Lottery Fund, The National Archives, Imperial War Museum,Frith Photos, Shamley Green and Wonersh School, Sarah Sullivan, Billie Hockley, Hilda Beasley, Catherine Pike, Olive Maggs, Esme Curtis,Linda and Richard Williams, Colin and Jane Hayward, Graham and Leslie Hayward, Brian Monk, Jackie and Ken Beadell, Hilary and Patrick Venning, Jane Hunter,Patricia Allen, Jeannie Davis,Tracy Bull,the late Catherine Pike, Belinda Graham Rack and all the many villagers who baked cakes, served refreshments and helped erect the exhibition. This has truly been a community project.