The exhibition remembers the life of Captain Albert Ball. Aged just 20 years old when he was killed, Captain Albert Ball VC was one of Nottingham’s most decorated servicemen and flying ace of the First World War. Albert joined The Sherwood Foresters when war broke out in 1914 and this exhibition explores his life and the legacy which he left behind.

 

Opening Wednesday March 1st at Nottingham Castle. Exhibtion is free to enter but normal admission charges apply. 

Digital Image© North East Midland Photographic Record. All other rights reserved

THE REGIMENTAL MEMORIAL - CRICH DERBYSHIRE

 

Please note that the Crich Memorial Site is open for business with effect 18 October 2016.  The new Warden is former WO2 Paul Rice.

JOB VACANCY - WARDEN/CARETAKER AT CRICH MEMORIAL

The post of Warden/Caretaker at the Crich Memorial site is available from September 2016.  Interested persons can view the Job Description here

JOB VACANCY - WARDEN/CARETAKER AT CRICH MEMORIAL

The post of Warden/Caretaker at the Crich Memorial site is available from September 2016.  Interested persons can view the Job Description here

 

Our new gallery gets its official reopening 2nd July

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Saturday 2 JULY 2016

1100 hours · Nottingham Castle