The Great War Exhibition in All Hallows' Church which ran from 4th August to 11th
November 2014 is now closed. However, you can see all of the exhibition panels by
following the instructions to the right.
The Commemoration Exhibition was assembled to honour the memories of the young
men from Tillington Parish, who gave their lives for their King and Country so that we
may continue to enjoy the freedom that is our birthright. On either side of the Chancel
Arch is a brass World War One memorial tablet. On them is our list of names of those
who fell during the Great War. Unfortunately it will always be just a list, but after reading
the soldiers’ stories given in this online exhibition we hope that you will gain an
impression of their personalities and they will once again become young men of
courage and duty.
This impressive brass lectern was presented to All Hallows' Church by Brother Officers of No 1
Squadron Royal Flying Corps in affectionate remembrance of Victor Annesley Barrington-Kennett
Major and Squadron Commander and as a token of their esteem and sorrow at his loss.
He was killed in an Aerial fight in France on March 13th 1916 Aged 28 years
“Be strong and of good courage”