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Le Quesnoy Liberation Day

The start of a week of WW1 Commemorations in Cambridge:
Sunday 4 November
Cambridge Town Hall Plaza
Victoria Street, Cambridge
5.00pm-10.00pm
Free event

Free hot chocolate, music and activities for the kids, food for sale. A Le Quesnoy Photographic Display on the plaza of the liberation and an Armistice Art Exhibition inside the Town Hall.

Come along in French or period costume (prizes for the best dressed) and there will be berets to purchase on the night.

At 9.00pm is a Sound & Light Show on the front of the Town Hall.

The Le Quesnoy Photographic Display, Armistice Art Exhibition, and Sound & Light show at the Town Hall will continue until Sunday 11th November.
The Armistice Art Exhibition will be open Monday 5th – Sunday 11th, 11.30am–3.00pm.
The Sound & Light show will run from 9.00pm-10.00pm.

For full details of the week see Cambridge Commemorative Events

Photo credit: Oil painting by George Edmund Butler – Scaling the Walls of Le Quesnoy, 1920. National Collection of War Art held at Archives New Zealand.

Photo credit: Oil painting by George Edmund Butler – Scaling the Walls of Le Quesnoy, 1920. National Collection of War Art held at Archives New Zealand.