Port Sunlight Volunteers 100 Years On

I was very lucky to be commissioned to cover the 100 Year anniversary of “The Port Sunlight Volunteers”

On September the 7th 1914 700 men marched from Lever Bros in Port Sunlight to catch a train to Chester and enlist to fight in World War 1. This was recreated 100 years later on the 7th September 2014 and 700 people (Including myself) took the place of each man who enlisted that day.

We where very lucky with the weather and the sun was out all of the day. Big thanks to Louise and the Heritage Lottery Fund for asking me to cover such a great event.

I even took “The Kings Shilling” J

Happy Snapping

Warren

Port Sunlight Volunteers

Port Sunlight Volunteers

Port Sunlight Volunteers

Port Sunlight Volunteers

Port Sunlight Volunteers

Port Sunlight Volunteers

Port Sunlight Volunteers

Port Sunlight Volunteers

Port Sunlight Volunteers

Port Sunlight Volunteers

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