Free entry to war museum

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THE D-Day Museum in Southsea will be free to visitors on Remembrance Sunday.

Andrew Whitmarsh from the museum said a visit would a good way to reflect on the sacrifice of those who fought in war.

Mr Whitmarsh said: ‘We want visitors to have the chance to look round the displays and remember those who served and died in the Second World War and other conflicts.

‘It feels like a fitting way to commemorate Remembrance Sunday.’

The museum’s collection includes the Overlord Embroidery and a number of vehicles and equipment used in the Second World War.

The museum will be open from 10am to 5pm.

For more information visit ddaymuseum.co.uk.