AN EXHIBITION is being held remembering the First World War.

The Experience Barnsley museum will host their final exhibition The Great War Ends’, marking the 100 year anniversary of the end of the conflict and commemorates the last few months of the war.

The exhibition starts on Sunday, and visitors can discover the real life experiences of Barnsley soldiers, what they saw, heard and felt. As well as the long lasting effect the war had on the people of the area and future generations.

As part of the free exhibition there will be a series of events, talks and film showings taking place.

Coun Roy Miller said: “We owe so much to the courageous soldiers who fought in the First World War and we are pleased that we can honour their memories in this way. ‘1918: The Great War’ Ends’ is a fitting finale to a series of exhibitions commemorating the conflict and unmissable for anyone who has connections to those involved.”