Simon Weston OBE and MP for Aldershot, Sir Gerald Howarth, unveiled a new sculpture today (Wednesday 6th August) of a First World War soldier in the centre of Enham Village.
Also attending the unveiling event under blue skies at Enham were Mayor Jan Lovell, Sir George Young MP, Enham Trust Chairman Professor Khalid Aziz along with 30 “children” from the original village “settlers” now all in their 80s.
The unique sculpture was crafted by specialist chainsaw sculptor Nick Speakman from an oak that fell in a field at Enham during the winter storms and marks the start of a commemorative heritage trail around the village.
The trail will have information signs placed throughout the village describing the journey of the charity from 1918 to 2014.
For more pictures and a full report, see the September issue of the Andover Gazette.
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