THE Priest’s House Museum and Garden in Wimborne is hosting two displays to commemorate the end of the first world war.

After the War is an exhibition by Martin Barry, using objects to tell the story beyond the Armistice and the end of the first world war, up to how we remember and commemorate the conflict today.

The second display is Only a Boy by Chris Brown. It tells the stories of two young men with their roots in Wimborne who were killed on the same day just over 100 years ago, during the opening hours of the Battle of Passchendaele on July 31 1917.

Items from the museum’s collections and objects on loan from descendants of the soldiers' families show a snapshot of these two men and the grief that the families had to bare.

The museum is open daily, except Sundays, and admission from December 10-22 is free.