Tickets were available in advance from behind the bar at the Butchers Dog micro pub in Driffield “capital of the Wolds” and were near to capacity at this first evening of presentations.
First to present was Private Parsons who greeted the audience and astonished them with his portrayal of trench life and daily routine on the Western Front in 1915.
Following a short break, the audience was greeted by Sergeant Parsons RAMC who inaugurated the audience to pre hospital treatment of casualties in 1916.
The audience then enjoyed another interlude which was followed by Lance Corporal Parsons a Company cook. Lance Corporal Parsons explained and demonstrated the daily feeding arrangements for the Army of 1914-1918 in Barracks and at the front,
With the use of historic artifacts which were handled by the audience in the usual safe and proper manner, there were many lessons learned by all who attended this evening of presentations at the Butchers Dog.