LAKELAND Motor Museum marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War this weekend, by not only remembering the bravery of the soldiers who fought but those who worked to treat the wounded. As well as the WW1 display on the museum’s upper floor, an ambulance used during the war will be on display, owned by local man Ken Atkinson. A total of 14 men from the Haverthwaite parish - where the museum stands, were either killed in action during WW1 or passed away later due to injuries sustained. Each is remembered in the special display.