The Trail will centre on Cannock Chase’s military training camps and the German and Commonwealth War Cemeteries, the National Memorial Arboretum and The Staffordshire Regiment Museum at Whittington. You’ll discover just how great a role the county played during the 1914 to 1918 conflict. At the Staffordshire Regiment Museum you can follow the story of the Regiments and see the museum’s famous World War 1 replica trench. On the Trail you’ll have access to revealing records, evocative photographs, and be given the opportunity to read about the personal experiences of people whose lives were reshaped by this cataclysmic event.
Also planned for the Centenary commemoration are a series of family-friendly events and exhibitions, shows, school research and discovery projects, and many other activities.
Baroness Williams of Crosby visited Brampton Park in Newcastle Under Lyme on Thursday 23rd July. In 2000 she planted a copper beech on the Park in memory of her mother, Vera B....Read more ▸