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WW1 Centenary Commemorations

  

Life and Death in Ludlow

1914 - 1918 Interactive Display 

 

Click here to access the 1914 - 1915 interactive display.

 

2014 marks the centenary of the commencement of WW1 and the opening of Henley Road Cemetery.  The 1914-18 project commemorates both events and also aims to remember those buried in Henley Road Cemetery and commemorated on the WW1 boards who served and fell in WWI in 1914.

This project will be continually developed to include 1915-1918 in response to local information provided, so please get in touch.  

If you have any information you wish to submit please contact Ludlow Town Council, 01584 871970 or email assistant@ludlow.gov.uk

 

 

To Access and use the 1914-1918 Display

The display works best in Google Chrome. Look for the google chrome logo       on your desktop       

 If you do not have access to Google Chrome you can download a free version from https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/

Once you have done this close your current browser and open Google Chrome.  Go to page www.ludlow.gov.uk and click on the WW1 Centenary Commemorations tab on the left hand side.

How to navigate the site:-

Take the mouse cursor to the right of the page 3 icons appear. 

 Home

   takes you back to the start/home

 

will take you closer to an item

 

  will take you back out

 

Alternatively using the mouse click on the item you wish to view and the page and then zoom out by using the icon on the right of the screen. 
Hold the left mouse button down and drag the page around.

 

Click here to access the 1914 interactive display.