Update from Walks of Life Musuem
Poppies for Remembrance day J.B bear has Been to Tuxford C.O.O.P to buy a poppy in support of the royal british legion Knitted by the staff they are available at £2.00 each
Remembrance day Thursday 11th Nov 11.45 am THE REV GREG PRICE will plant an oak tree to remember all those who have made sacrifices or been affected by war .This will be followed by 2 minutes silence All welcome if you plan to attend please contact the Walks of life
A NEW LAND MARK FOR TUXFORD Planting in field next to Pump farm nursery .Lincoln road This is walks of life land .The tree replaces the poplar tree that was diseased .
Refreshments at the walks of life afterwards and opening of the exhibition displaying information about the first and second world war Which will be on display in November Some of the history of Sgt Pilot Thomas Campbell R.CA.F .The Canadian Pilot who was killed at Ossington and is buried in Tuxford .
Flight Lieutenant A.B. Galaluszka who was in the Polish air force and who luggage was found in the museum .The story behind the object He died on 11th Nov 1979 AND IS Buried in Retford Cemetery .If you know anything about him or have memories or photographs of the war or your family please contact the walks of life email firstname.lastname@example.org phone 01777 872776 thanks Diane
Posted: Tue, 02 Nov 2021 08:27 by Clare Fox