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WW1 Exhibition

David McCallion (War Year’s Remembered) pictured at his WW1 Exhibition in Lisburn Orange Hall.

A WW1 Exhibition hosted by Lagan Valley Orange Historical Society was held in Lisburn Orange Hall on Tuesday 4th to Friday 7th November. Lisburn Mayor, Councillor Ronnie Crawford officially opened the exhibition, which included: a lecture on Wednesday evening entitled ‘World War One’ by Noel Kane (Somme Heritage Centre); a lecture on Friday evening entitled ‘First World War’ by Billy Thompson of Trenchline Lectures; and concluded on Saturday evening with a commemorative dinner celebrating the 90th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice.

The exhibition entitled ‘Bringing history alive for all ages’ by David McCallion of War Year’s Remembered was on display on Tuesday and Wednesday and the exhibition entitled ‘First World War’ by Lagan Valley Orange Historical Society was open from Tuesday to Friday.

For more information on David McCallion’s exhibition, visit www.waryearsremembered.co.uk
 

L to R: (seated) David McCallion (War Year’s Remembered), Stephen Croft (LVOHS Secretary), John Palmer (LVOHS Chairman), Diane Carlisle and Councillor Jennifer Palmer. (back row) Gordon Dickson, Jim Halliday (LVOHS Treasurer), John Pattison, Fred Willoughby, Harry Wilson and Noel Kane (Somme Heritage Centre). Members of Lisburn Temperance Junior LOL 100 pictured with David McCallion (War Year’s Remembered) at the WW1 Exhibition in Lisburn Orange Hall.

L to R: (seated) David McCallion (War Year’s Remembered), Stephen Croft (LVOHS Secretary), John Palmer (LVOHS Chairman), Diane Carlisle and Councillor Jennifer Palmer. (back row) Gordon Dickson, Jim Halliday (LVOHS Treasurer), John Pattison, Fred Willoughby, Harry Wilson and Noel Kane (Somme Heritage Centre).

Members of Lisburn Temperance Junior LOL 100 pictured with David McCallion (War Year’s Remembered) at the WW1 Exhibition in Lisburn Orange Hall.


David McCallion (War Year’s Remembered) and Noel Kane (Somme Heritage Centre) pictured holding the signal sent in 1918 stating the end of the war. John Palmer (Chairman of Lagan Valley Orange Historical Society) recalls his recent visit to the Somme with David McCallion (War Year’s Remembered).

David McCallion (War Year’s Remembered) and Noel Kane (Somme Heritage Centre) pictured holding the signal sent in 1918 stating the end of the war.

John Palmer (Chairman of Lagan Valley Orange Historical Society) recalls his recent visit to the Somme with David McCallion (War Year’s Remembered).

07/11/2008