Militia items and signed pictures were on display for VE Day in Great Chesterford

PUBLISHED: 15:00 16 May 2020

Paul Hunt organised an exhibition outside his home for VE Day. Picture: Paul Hunt

Paul Hunt organised an exhibition outside his home for VE Day. Picture: Paul Hunt

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Paul Hunt had an exhibition of small militia items in front of his home in Great Chesterford for VE Day.

Paul Hunt organised an exhibition for VE Day. Picture: Paul HuntPaul Hunt organised an exhibition for VE Day. Picture: Paul Hunt

He had around 100 items ranging from 1902 onwards.

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He arranged the tables so that people could continue to socially distance, and he played 1940s music.

His photographs include him standing with a Battle of Britain picture that as been hand signed by 63 Battle of Britain airmen.

Paul Hunt organised an exhibition for VE Day. Picture: Paul HuntPaul Hunt organised an exhibition for VE Day. Picture: Paul Hunt

“It was a great day, lots of people came and showed interest and were asking questions including children.”


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