Date: Thursday 3rd May 2018
Trounce Guy and Friends
Remembering those who fought in the Great War through stories, poetry, letters and music with a presentation by Trounce Guy about his great uncle, one of the Lost Gardeners of Heligan.
Later this year we will commemorate the ending of the greatest conflict the world has ever seen.
On November 11th 1918 the guns fell silent on the battlefields of Europe.
Peace was declared but it came at a terrible price with millions of dead and wounded.
In this, the Centenary Year, we thought it only right and proper that the Roseland Festival should play a part in remembering and honouring the dead and wounded.
Trounce Guy, whose great uncle William was one of those who died, has written a special piece about him.
He is joined by others who will play music, read poems, letters and stories which give us a small insight into the devastation caused by this terrible War.
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