- 'JRR Tolkien – Soldier and Myth Maker' exhibition in the UK
- 'During the Great War Second Lieutenant J. R. R.
- Ambleside's cost for remembering 67 lives was £736
- He was aged 34 and served with the 18th Battalion of the Lancashire Fusiliers. Pte Woodend is buried at Kezelberg Military Cemetery in Belgium. He was the son of John and Mary, of Holker House, Ambleside.
- Six Lancashire Fusiliers' Gallipoli Victoria Cross medals displayed
- Six Victoria Cross medals "won before breakfast" by Lancashire Fusiliers in the Gallipoli landings have gone on show together for the first time.
- Six famous Victoria Cross medals awarded to Lancashire Fusiliers at Gallipoli
- Six famous First World War medals won 'before breakfast' by hero soldiers for bravery on the first day of the Gallipoli campaign have been reunited 100 years on.
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