Friends of Honeywood Museum have just launched an ambitious and extensive programme which will see one of the borough’s finest building being used to offer a range of activities and events commemmorating World War One.

Everything from a talk about the start of World War One to a thought provoking exhibtion.

It all starts with the “A War to End All Wars which is a commemorative exhibition that tells the story of the events that led Britain to war in 1914.

A thought provoking commemorative exhibition that tells the story of the events that led Britain to war in 1914.The principle players and places that featured in the stalemate of the Western Front and trench warfare are spotlighted. The attacks by sea and air on the home front in the early war years are recalled and the art of persuasive war posters is reproduced along with many fascinating artefacts from the conflict.

Thursday 25th September at 7.30pm
Carshalton War Memorial
An illustrated talk by Andrew Arnold. This event marks the centenary year of the commencement of the first World War.