Much has been said about the commemorations of the end of the First World War on 11th November. We were fortunate to commemorate the three men from Tissington who died in the Great War, namely Leonard Berrisford, James Stirland Staley and Stanley Westhorpe, at St Mary’s with a congregation of 20 on the day itself. Then the following day Fiona and I returned to my alma mater, Eton, to attend an inspiring service in the College Chapel in memory of 1,088 Old Etonians. There were also several exhibitions emphasizing the extent of Etonians’ actions in combat and a display of 1,088 poppies in the cloisters. It was a memorable and fitting tribute to those who perished 100 years ago.