Still time to see VE Day exhibition at heritage centre

VE Day Celebrations at Adams Heritage Centre, Littleport, soldier Neil Bignell, from Kings Lynn,

VE Day Celebrations at Adams Heritage Centre, Littleport, soldier Neil Bignell, from Kings Lynn, - Credit: Archant

There is still time to enjoy the VE Day commemorations at the Adams Heritage Centre in Littleport.

VE Day Celebrations at Adams Heritage Centre, Littleport, Naffi Queens (l-r) Deborah Jordan, Susan G

VE Day Celebrations at Adams Heritage Centre, Littleport, Naffi Queens (l-r) Deborah Jordan, Susan Green, Deborah Curtis, - Credit: Archant

The Main Street venue has welcomed dozens of people through the doors over the last two weeks and it will be open once again this Saturday for a final time to mark 70 years since victory in Europe was declared.

The exhibition features a number of displays of memorabilia, medals and photos as well as re-enactors, displays and even a wartime Naafi canteen.

The exhibition, funded by Cambridgeshire County Council, is open from 10am-3pm.

VE Day Celebrations at Adams Heritage Centre, Littleport, volunteer Sheila Armit, in fashion,

VE Day Celebrations at Adams Heritage Centre, Littleport, volunteer Sheila Armit, in fashion, - Credit: Archant


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