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    Weʼve raised £60 to celebrate the centenary of the end of the Great War with exhibitions and events.

    Linkinhorne, Callington, UK
    Funded on Sunday, 11th November 2018

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    Although Sterts Theatre has received a confirmed National Lottery grant of £7,000 for a World War 1 1918-2018 heritage project and additional fundraising we remain £2000 short of the full budget required to complete this project. We plan to restore the Linkinhorne parish Roll of Honour for WW1 which is fading and in need of professional restoration. This would be a lasting record for the parish and would be a fitting act to commemorate the centenary of the end of the Great War. Your help in achieving this goal would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks to money raised by National Lottery players, the project will mean that the members of the Sterts Theatre Company, the volunteer community of Sterts, and the members of the Linkinhorne Community History and Archive Group will work together to research, design and create an exhibition of artefacts and information around the effect of the WW1 on the parish of Linkinhorne and its surrounding area, its people and its activities. They will work with museums and records offices in the county and with that information they will create a piece of performance art which will be performed as part of a season of music and theatre at Sterts entitled Remembrance. The Youth Theatre Group will take their production to local schools, groups and community events and their work will be an ongoing legacy for use in schools and events in the area.

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    • Andrew Mullen4 months ago
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      4 months ago

      THE END GAME - The German delegation arrived in a forest clearing near the north French town of Compiegne on 8 Nov 8 1918 intending to negotiate terms but this was refused.The Armistice was signed at 5am on the morning of November 11 and came into effect at 1100. Fighting continued on the Western Front right up until the 1100 ceasefire. There were 10,944 casualties on the last morning of the war, of which there were 2,738 deaths. Sterts Remembrance Season which will reach its climax with a Remembrance Concert at 1700 on 11 November 2018.

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      4 months ago

      NEWS FORM THE FRONT – 31 October 1918 TURKEY HAS SIGNED AN ARMISTICE WITH THE ALLIES, AGREEING TO END HOSTILITIES AT NOON TODAY. The Sterts Youth Theatre production,' A Chill in the Air' will be performed on 4 November 2018 as part of the Sterts Remembrance Season which will reach its climax with a Remembrance Concert at 1700 on 11 November 2018. Picture: Troops of No. 1 Platoon, A Company, 10th Battalion, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry (DCLI) breakfasting on their way to the line. Near Le Quesnoy, 27 October 1918.

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      NEWS FROM THE FRONT - THE OFFENSIVE CONTINUES 17 October 1918 the Battle of the Selle began as the Allies continued the advance after the Second Battle of Cambrai, recapturing French villages one by one as the German forces reatreated to the north-east. After a six-day halt for preparations and artillery bombardments the Third and Fourth Armies attacked at 5.20 am on Thursday 17 October. Infantry and tanks, preceded by a creeping barrage, moved forward on a 10 miles (16 km) front south of Le Cateau. Help us fund for our WW1 Remembrance Events

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    • Anonymous

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      Sep 22, 2018

      A return from me for expenditure to Penzance to collect RoH

      £50.00

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      Sep 11, 2018

      £10.00

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    Andrew Mullen

    Andrew Mullen

    Linkinhorne, Callington, UK

    Andrew's company Alusen Ltd works with charities in Devon and Cornwall giving Business Development and Fundraising support. Contact us for more on how we can support your charity or small business. https://www.facebook.com/AlusenCornwall/, Twitter Andrew Mullen @AlusenCornwall

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