WW1 Exhibition Bus remembering (undivided) India’s role during WW1 was invited by the Indian High Commission for a charity weekend to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War.
It was a weekend to say thank you, to remember those who served and those who saved in conflicts across the world both in the past and today.
Over the two days, Highclere Castle welcomed several thousand visitors to engage and raise money for UK and other countries’ veterans and charities.
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As in World War 1, Highclere Castle was again transformed into a hospital and a First World War operating theatre reinstated in Arundel bedroom.
There was also a Sunday service on the lawn at with Chaplains from different countries conducting the service, as well as a dedication to the new memorial, a carving from a fallen cedar tree, by Simon O’Rourke to honour those who have served and continue to serve today