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Yorkshire Prose Nov 9
Astounded at how this has come out. Thank you and thank you from the bottom of my heart to all who've made sacrifice.
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Pipers Library 2h
Y9 students introduced to ‘Jack’s letters ‘ & the story behind them. Collection of original letters written by First World War Serjeant John Albert Simmons (Jack), 214 16th Bn Royal Warwickshire Regiment.
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Mr Stott Nov 4
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Harry FS Nov 11
“When you go Home, tell them of us and say, For your Tomorrow, we gave our Today” John Maxwell Edmunds 1916
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Bill Rogers 2h
‘The first to die was PROTESILAUS A focused man who hurried to darkness...’ "Memorial" by Alice Oswald 3000 years of the utter grief of war. A profoundly moving account of the reality of Homer’s epic and for me an accompaniment to these last few years.
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Royal Air Force Nov 10
On , the RAF remembers WW1 fighter ace Ferdinand ‘Freddie’ West. The pilot won the Victoria Cross for persisting in battle and insisting on reporting his findings upon landing, despite being wounded and in excruciating agony. Who are you remembering?
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Stirchley Primary 1h
We still have a few Remembrance decorative cushions for sale priced at £2.00 each. Please see Mrs Greaves in the office if you would like to purchase one. All money raised will be donated to and charities 🌺👤
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Teign School 2h
War Veteran Visits Teign. 2WW Navy veteran, Tony Portman, visited Teign once again as part of our school’s events. Read all about his visit on our Facebook page:
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StockgrnCapa 8m
A very big thank you to Big Brum for visiting us today with such a thought provoking story.
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Chris Green Media 3h
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Chris Kelly Nov 10
Tomorrow I'll be remembering all those we've lost and especially those who were lost in conflicts I served in. I mostly remember Nath Arnison (the boss), Jaz and especially Scotty... a man who was a warrior, a lunatic and one of my closest brothers. I truly miss him.
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Ben Barnes Nov 11
For the Fallen - Laurence Binyon ‘...They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years contemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them.’
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VC CEO Nov 10
I feel sad that it was impossible for us to have met. I feel sad that you gave your life aged just 31 & saw such horror. But, I also feel proud that we have such a hero in our family. I feel proud that you rest on the Somme, alongside your men. RIP Great-Grandad.
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HSW District Youth Team! 13m
Cookie decorating in full swing!
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Westminster Abbey Nov 6
This beautiful display of red poppies is currently in St Margaret's Church, Westminster, for .
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David Blevins Nov 10
Private John Black. My grandfather. I wear a poppy to remember him but totally disagree with attempts to shame anyone who doesn’t wear one. There is no place for politics in .
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kristie💟 Nov 8
I'm the only 1 in our office wearing a poppy!! I am ashamed of them all !!
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Stafford Leys Nov 9
One minute silence at the end of break Last post played by Miss Day
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NavyLookout Nov 9
Forgive the sermon… Wear a poppy or don't wear a poppy. Many have died for your freedom of personal choice.
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Sky News Nov 10
Nearly 100,000 Chinese labourers supported Britain in the First World War - but until recently they had been all but forgotten. Read a story of here:
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