Frank account of life in a warzone

The Anne Frank exhibition at Blackpool's City Learning Centre. The Anne Frank exhibition at Blackpool's City Learning Centre. St Mary's Catholic High School pupils Lucy Cross (left) and Alice Townsend (both aged 13) with Marian McQueen (Project Officer-Anne Frank Trust UK).
The Anne Frank exhibition at Blackpool's City Learning Centre. The Anne Frank exhibition at Blackpool's City Learning Centre. St Mary's Catholic High School pupils Lucy Cross (left) and Alice Townsend (both aged 13) with Marian McQueen (Project Officer-Anne Frank Trust UK).
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ANNE Frank’s world came to life for students at the opening of a special exhibition.

Schools from across Blackpool were invited to the opening of the display at the City Learning Centre, Bathurst Avenue, Grange Park, to learn about the Second World War diarist.

Pupils from across the Fylde coast had already seen parts of the exhibition, which includes information panels and shorts films, as it visited their schools.

The full exhibition is now open throughout November.

Visitors can see what life was really like for the German Jew, as they step into a near life-size model of her bedroom in the secret annexe in Holland she and her family hid in between 1942 and 1944.