Plans to construct First World War museum - including a system of trenches - in Cambridgeshire, England

Posted on on 07 October 2013
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Cambridge News reports that a trench-lined battlefield the size of two football pitches could be constructed in the Cambridgeshire countryside to mark the Centenary.

A planning application has been submitted to build the National Centre for the Great War on land at Hacker’s Fruit Farm in Dry Drayton, in the hope that the £2 million museum - along with a replica tank - can open in time for next year’s centenary of the conflict.

To read the full article, visit the Cambridge News website here.

Date of article publication: 05/10/2013

Images courtesy of the Cambridge News website

Posted by: Daniel Barry, Centenary News