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WWI living history event in Laxton near Stamford

A village whose final casualty of World War I died in April 1919 will commemorate the centenary with an event on Saturday, April 13.

Laxton will remember all its 'fallen' - including one who died in the Rhineland occupation forces in 1919 - by staging an exhibition.

This will include details of those who died during the conflict and those who served their country and returned home safely.

Laxton WWI (8250781)
Laxton WWI (8250781)

It will also feature a weapons display and a large 'living history' element.

Admission is free but donations raised during the event will be split between the All Saints Church in Laxton, the village hall and the Royal British Legion.

Laxton WWI begins at 10am at the village hall.

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