George Cox (1878-1946) lived in Camberley and worked as a clerk at RMA, Sandhurst. His passion was drawing cartoons of everydaylife, full of social comment and humour. The cartoons cover both the First and Second World War and the intervening years. They are a unique view of the area at such a turbulent time from a historical and moral perspective – including rationing, military manoeuvres, the home front, local character and the changing role of women. They have been kept by the family for two generations and are on display for the first time to mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War.
A special ‘Service at Sunset’ has been organised to commemorate the First World War by Churches Together in Camberley, it is cross denominational and will be held at
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