Reflections on The Great War 1914 – 1918

Exhibition Now Open

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The content of the exhibition is vast, covering  all aspects of the Great War.   Mainly photographic, our efforts have been concentrated where possible on those men we could trace from our immediate vicinity who served in the Great War.

Christmas Box circa 1915

On show within the Heritage Centre is this 1915 Christmas Box presented to the British Troops from King George and Queen Mary.  The box contains the original cigarettes and tobacco.

On Loan courtesy of Daniel Macrae

2 Responses to Reflections on The Great War 1914 – 1918

  1. Katie Reid says:


    On Friday 10th October, I brought my class (Department for Additional Support, Glenrothes High School) to visit the Reflections ont he Great War exhibition at the Kingdom Centre.

    We had such a good time, that we ran out of time on the day we visited! I was wondering if it would be at all possible to come down again this Friday morning (31st October) for another visit?

    I would be really grateful if you could get back to me either by email ( or by phone 01592 583476.

    Many thanks for all the hard work you are doing.
    Katie Reid (Teacher of DAS, Glenrothes High School).

  2. Florence C G Turnbull says:

    My daughter recently visited the centre and noticed a large display of World War 1 and in particular about the Gallipoli
    I campaign in which I believe my uncle was killed. Can you help please?

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