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We have 50 original pieces of wriggly tin from a First World War Barrack Hut to proudly display on your wall!


This particular piece comes from a hut built in October 1914 for the 11th (Service) Battalion, The Suffolk Regiment - the 'Cambs Suffolks', at Cherry Hinton Camp near Cambridge; later used as an Army Hospital Ward. Purchased by Girton Women's Institute in 1920, the rest of the hut is now being restored by the Team at Great War Huts at Brook Farm Camp.


Each piece measures 12cm x 12cm (including frame), and comes with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Your piece of Hut Art is lovingly gift-wrapped by a member of the Great War Huts Team.

Framed Hut Art No.8

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