Ludlow Quakers have facilitated an exhibition on the work in World Wars I and II of the Friends’ Ambulance Unit and the Friends’ Relief Service. The display is a professionally-produced exhibition made by the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute, University of Manchester. It is packed with factual accounts, images and the human stories behind the work of the FAU and FRS. The exhibition is in Ludlow Library runs all through November (closed Thursdays and Sundays). Admission free.
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