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Acts of Remembrance

By Jennifer Drury

Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
Photo:Acts of Remembrance ©Tony Mould
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Poem by Robert Laurence Binyon (1869-1943), published in The Times newspaper on 21st September 1914.

For the fallen

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.

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