Li­brary’s unique re­mem­brance

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - PEOPLE IN PICTURES -

PEO­PLE found many dif­fer­ent ways to mark Re­mem­brance Day this year – a par­tic­u­larly sig­nif­i­cant one com­mem­o­rat­ing the cen­te­nary of the out­break of the First World War.

An­gela Ry­der, li­brar­ian at Iver Heath Com­mu­nity Li­brary, cov­ered most of the avail­able space at the li­brary with pop­pies she pro­duced her­self.

Parish coun­cil­lor Carol Gib­son said: “An­gela did a fan­tas­tic job. The li­brary looked stun­ning and ac­knowl­edges the young men who died in WWI as well as be­ing a trib­ute for Re­mem­brance Day.”

Ms Ry­der ex­plained: “There were 47 pop­pies on the front of the counter to hon­our the men from Iver Heath who lost their lives dur­ing the Great War.

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