WW1 Trail in Bury St Edmunds commemorates end of conflict centenary
Stories behind the pieces tell the grim reality of war and life in England during WWI and serve to engage and educate as well as take visitors around historic Bury St Edmunds.
The varied artworks include a tank, wooden cross, a colourful and imaginative camel, stained glass window, serpentine trench, oak book, line of decorated handkerchiefs, a Zeppelin made from recycled plastic bottles, peace bells and Victoria Cross amongst others.
Find all the pieces and enter a prize draw to win vouchers to spend in Bury St Edmunds. Trail leaflets are available at the Visitor Information Points in the town centre and more information can be found on the trail website www.ourburystedmunds.com/ww1trail.
The WW1 Trail has been organised by the My WiSH Charity and Our Bury St Edmunds. At the culmination of the trail the pieces will be auctioned with proceeds donated to Every Heart Matters appeal towards an integrated cardiac centre at West Suffolk Hospital.
For more information about where to stay and things to see and do in Bury St Edmunds visit www.burystedmundsandbeyond.co.uk.