Remembering those who opposed World War One
Special planting in the Peace Garden at The Friends Meeting House, Cowl Street, Evesham after an afternoon of readings and songs and quiet reflection commemorating those who suffered due to their opposition to all forms of violence in WW1 on Sunday, 18th
WW1 ambulance replica at Tesco Superstore, Evesham on Sunday morning, 18th May 2014 - provided by David and Doreen Sedgwick of Nuneaton, who wore medical outfits from WW1
WW1 ambulance replica at the Market Place, Evesham on Saturday, 17th May 2014 - provided by www.greatwartalks.co.uk.
A COMMEMORATION of readings took place at the Evesham Meeting House in memory of those who opposed war in World War One.
The Society of Friends at Evesham held an afternoon of readings and songs and carried out a special planting in their Peace Garden on Sunday (May 18) afternoon.
There are now historical displays in Evesham at the Riverside Shopping Centre and Almonry Museum and in Evesham last weekend two replica WW1 ambulances were on display.
One was provided by greatwartalks.co.uk and the other by David and Doreen Sedgwick of Nuneaton.