Sou­venir com­mem­o­rates the fallen

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Bath & North East Som­er­set Coun­cil has pro­duced a sou­venir mag­a­zine pub­li­ca­tion, avail­able in Novem­ber, com­mem­o­rat­ing the First World War cen­te­nary and high­light­ing many of the events and projects that have hap­pened over the four years 2014-2018. Nu­mer­ous com­mu­ni­ties, groups and or­gan­i­sa­tions have put on spe­cial events and com­mem­o­ra­tions, al­most all of them run solely by vol­un­teers. Some of these are recorded on the coun­cil’s web pages for the WWI cen­te­nary: http://www.bathnes.gov.uk/ser­vices/tourism-and­her­itage/lo­cal-his­tory/world-warone-cen­te­nary The sou­venir pub­li­ca­tion How We Re­mem­bered is avail­able free of charge dur­ing Novem­ber from Li­braries, The Guild­hall, The Hol­lies in Mid­somer Nor­ton, Keyn­sham Li­brary & One Stop Shop, Bath Abbey, town coun­cils, and the Royal Bri­tish Le­gion Poppy Ap­peal de­pot at 70 Wal­cot Street. How We Re­mem­bered is a lim­ited edi­tion of 3,000 so make sure you get your free copy. The main ser­vices and cer­e­monies for Armistice Day, Re­mem­brance Sun­day 11 Novem­ber, are listed in­side. This Re­mem­brance Sun­day, let’s all make the prom­ise: ‘We will re­mem­ber them.’

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