Library’s unique remembrance
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.