Conan Doyle Exhibtion – Crowborough Library
May 14 @ 8:00 am - June 2 @ 5:00 pmFREE
From Monday 14th May visitors to Crowborough library will be able to see the national exhibition exploring Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s campaign to save the lives of British soldiers. Conan Doyle, one of Crowborough most famous resident’s, is most well-known as the creator of the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. He͛’s less well-known for his passionate efforts to reduce casualties during the First World War.
Conan Doyle used his fame as a writer to lead the campaign to save the lives of British soldiers who were fighting for the freedom of the world͟. This exhibition, on tour from the Royal Armouries, and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, tells the story of that campaign; drawing on the writers personal papers held at the Royal Armouries and elsewhere.
The exhibition runs during Crowborough library opening times and is on display until Mid-June.