A FIRST World War heritage project will be outlined at a public event on Friday (Mar 24).
A talk is being given about the lottery-funded Farnhill World War 1 Volunteers Project, which is researching the lives of village men who volunteered to serve in the conflict.
The event is in the village institute downstairs hall at 7pm. Admission is free.
Co-ordinator Graham Taylor said: "The Farnhill World War 1 Volunteers Project is researching the lives of the 68 men from the village who had already volunteered to serve in the forces before conscription was introduced in 1916 and will also explore the social context in which they lived.
"We've made a good start and this talk will outline what we're going to do and how people can participate.
"We'll also be presenting some of the information and stories we've already discovered about the volunteers and life in Farnhill during the First World War."
For more details about the project, visit farnhill.co.uk.