WW1 Walking Trail

Derek Simmonds created a WW1 Walking Trail around Melton to highlight all those places connected with the First World War.

To commemorate the centenary of the 1st World War, Rotarian Derek Simmonds created a WW1 Walking Trail around Melton Mowbray to indicate the many connections that the town had with the First World War.  

All proceeds from the sale of the Trail went to Rotary Charity.

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The Launch of the WW1 Trail was held at the Melton Carnegie Musuem.

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