The 2016 exhibition of The Great War – Life in ‘The Bath’ project is opening on Saturday 6th August and running daily until 2nd October from 10.00 until 4.30. It is in the Pump Room of the Grand Pavilion with the entrance through the Mining Museum. Admission is FREE. The exhibits and displays and will focus on the year 1916 and there will be information on Private Dick Hardstaff of 5th Sherwood Foresters who lived on Parade View, Matlock Bath and was killed on the first day of The Battle of The Somme plus information about the other servicemen from the village killed in 1916. There will be further information and photos from the exhibition on this site shortly.
We are sure to have many interesting things to see for both residents and visitors to the village.
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