Over 400 men who called the Isle of Wight home and served in the air forces during the first World War have been identified by Wight Aviation Museum. Isle of Wight; casualties ranged from age 18 to 47 years old, coming from all Island communities.
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- Refurbished dementia-friendly Shackleton Ward is up and running 26, June 2019
- Villagers shares their views on Island Plan with Isle of Wight MP 26, June 2019
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