Cumbrian climbers who fell in WW1 are to be remembered in a moving tribute at Kendal Mountain Festival.
'Herford', a film by Simon Gee, a Director from Kirkby Stephen, will premiere this weekend's, along side pieces of theatre in a special production commissioned for the festival.
It tells the story of 20 Cumbrians who climbed in the Lake District at a time when climbing was much more dangerous than it is now. And yet, they fell in the trenches.
Herford tells the story behind just one of the hundreds of thousands of tombstones in Northern France.
Siegfried Herford climbed one of the hardest routes in the UK on Central Buttress, Scafell 100 years ago and is one of those remembered on the highest war memorial in the world, Great Gable.
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