World War One at Nymans Exhibition
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When: 14 Jun - 31 Aug 2014
Ticket notes: Normal admission charges apply
Opening hours: 10am-4:30pm
Website: Visit website
This exhibition will tell the story of the people that called Nymans their home and how the War affected them. From Ludwig Messel who was deeply saddened by the conflict between the two nations he loved to the soldiers in the Buffs, trained by Ludwig's son Leonard who was unable to join the soldiers on the front line because of his German ancestry. Find out about the letters Leonard received from those who saw combat and why his father Ludwig is said to have died from a broken heart from the conflict.
National Trust: Nymans Garden
Handcross, Nr. Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH17 6EB
Off London to Brighton M23/A23 From 13 July 2013 until February 2014 the Handcross sliproad off the A23 Northbound will be closed due to the widening scheme. To reach Nymans, please use the Pease Pottage services exit further north and follow signs to Handcross. Alternate access to Nymans will be signposted off the A23 at the Warninglid exit (via Cuckfield Road and the B2115 Staplefield Road).
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