NZ'S FIRST WORLD WAR CENTENARY 2014–2019

Further Afield - exhibition of Stoke's WW1 families

A commemoration of the lives and activities of soldiers and others who came from Stoke and who took part in the First World War. Ongoing from 12 October 2014 at Nelson's Isel House.

Courtesy of the Cresswell family

A commemoration of the lives and activities of soldiers and others who came from Stoke and who took part in the First World War.

Represented are the seven men whose names appear on the Stoke Memorial Gates together with one other who is remembered on the Stoke Methodist Church Memorial.

The exhibition includes photographs and other memorabilia and covers all aspects of Stoke's involvement in the First World War.

The exhibition will run from 2014 to 2018 in line with events that took place a hundred years before. 

N.B.: Isel House is open 11am to 4 pm Tuesday - Sunday throughout the summer. 
Isel House is closed on Mondays and the winter months June to September inclusive.

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Event poster
This activity is being worked on from
2014
 to 
2018
Date added: 04 November 2014 | Last updated: 16 March 2015

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