geraint Posted 11 January , 2011 Share Posted 11 January , 2011 I have today written to this town council and to the local branch of the RBL asking them of their intentions regarding the hundredth anniversary of the start of the Great War. I have also submitted some ideas as to how the 101 men who died can be remembered in a pertinent and relevant way to today's younger generation. I know the RBL people well enough to know that they will be happy to continue with the annual remembrance service perhaps slightly enhanced, and will not want to be otherwise involved. I know that the town council will be happy to accept learned suggestions. They were most supportive 5 years ago when 30 'missing' names were added to the town's memorial. Any suggestions ? Are you considering a parade, exhibition, re-enactment, etc in your area? Have other pals involved themselves as yet in your town's centennial remembrance? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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