Great War Commemorative Exhibition Heads to Cosford

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'©Trustees of the Royal Air Force Museum’
‘©Trustees of the Royal Air Force Museum’

PRESS RELEASE -The Great War Commemorative Touring Exhibition will be heading to the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford this month as part of a year-long tour of the UK. The exhibition consists of two bodies of work of various media in which the artist’s hope to slow the clouding memories of World War One and in this way, pay their respect to those who paid the ultimate price for our freedom.This collection of work is brought to you by the Cheshire Artist Network, an organisation of over fifty professional visual artists who live and work in Cheshire. The network was founded over 10 years ago and their aim is to expand the opportunities for artists to develop their practice, as well as encouraging greater public appreciation and enjoyment of the visual arts.

 During the opening week, there will be a lecture on the Art of War taking place on Thursday 19th June between 7.00-9.00pm.  The lecture is free of charge and anyone wishing to attend is asked to register their interest in advance as places are limited, please email: or call the Museum on 01902 376200.

 The Great War Commemorative Exhibition will travel the country during 2014 and will be on display at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford from Sunday 15th June to Friday 18th July 2014 in the Museum’s temporary exhibition gallery in Hangar 1. Entry to the Museum and to view the exhibition is free of charge.

 For more information on The Great War Commemorative Exhibition and the wide range of exhibits on display at the Museum please visit or call 01902 376200.  Keep up to date with the latest news and event information by following us on Facebook – Royal Air Force Museum Cosford or on Twitter @RAFMUSEUM or on Instagram – rafmuseum.

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  1. I see the pommies keep selling that lie about how they defended their freedom in WW1. It’s complete BS. Even in terms of imperialism and empire building it’s laughable. The Germans had a few colonies, but the British held more than a quarter of the world oppressed in their greedy claws.

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