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the Ceno­taph. Church bells will ring out to­day as they did at the end of the First World War – and a West­min­ster Abbey ser­vice will be held along with oth­ers in Glas­gow, Cardiff and Belfast, to give thanks for peace and those who re­turned.

This af­ter­noon a con­cert will take place at Ed­in­burgh Napier Univer­sity’s Craiglock­hart Cam­pus, the site of a for­mer mil­i­tary hospi­tal for shell­shocked of­fi­cers dur­ing the Great War. It will in­clude mu­si­cal per­for­mances from Ge­orge Wat­son’s Col­lege Sym­phony Orches­tra and Scot­tish fid­dlers.

Mean­while, di­rec­tor Danny Boyle is ask­ing peo­ple to gather on beaches across the UK on November 11 and etch sil­hou­ettes in the sand “re­mem­ber­ing the mil­lions of lives lost or changed for­ever by the con­flict”.

Events will take place at low tide at a

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