Do you have a photograph of someone from Farnham or who is connected to the local area, who died in service at any point since the outbreak of World War One?

As part of time to remember: an event to mark the centenary of the first two minute silence , we are collecting photographs of men and women from the local area who have died whilst serving their country. Ideally these photographs will be head and shoulder images with the person in uniform. Please include the full name, the date of birth and date of death, the rank and regiment of the person pictured.

We would be delighted if you have a photograph that you could loan to us. For further information and to drop off your photograph, please get in touch with the box office or call 01252 745 444 by Wednesday 20 April.

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