Friday 4 April 2014
Join Juliet Webster for this fascinating talk about Honor Elwes and her life during WW1.
Honor was 28 when the First World War broke out. She wrote a diary of historic events as they unfolded. Honor also covered daily happenings in West Norfolk village life and what befell Norfolkís youth in wartime, including the heroic adventures of her sister Win who left home to drive ambulances in France and won the MM Ė the highest award possible for a woman Ė for her bravery.
Please see www.holkham.co.uk or telephone Holkham Ticket Office on 01328 713111 for more details.
Price: Tickets: £18, includes a glass of wine in the interval and a chance to see some of the other state rooms in the hall.
Location: Holkham Hall, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk NR23 1AB
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