D-Day Landings, 80th Anniversary

In celebration of the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy, children from Roberts had their work shown in an exhibition in Gornal. 

In celebration of the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy, children from Roberts had their work shown in an exhibition in Gornal. 

The exhibition was open to the general public but the Roberts children involved had a private showing of their poems and paintings as well as other memorabilia from the era. 

The children got to see actual maps from World War 2 as well as a gun, bayonets, a compass that had been buried in the sand, photographs of the soldiers and some of their diaries as well as  helmets from the Allied and German soldiers.

The children got to see actual maps from World War 2 as well as a gun, bayonets, a compass that had been buried in the sand, photographs of the soldiers and some of their diaries as well as  helmets from the Allied and German soldiers.

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