A TIME to remember
This November will be a time for the people of Norfolk and Suffolk to remember lives given and to learn about the sacrifices made in pursuit of peace.
Asnapshot of some of the many events taking place includes: On November 8, schoolchildren around Suffolk will lay poppies on 1,332 war graves in 248 cemeteries through the county to remember the 10,000 Suffolk people who dies in the war. The Suffolk War Graves Project will ensure that the story of the Great War is passed down to the next generation.
AN exhibition at Seething Village Hall , south Norfolk, on November 10 and 11 will feature photographs, personal stories and memorabilia of the First World War.
There is a final chance to follow the WW1 Trail at Bury St Edmunds, which ends on Armistice
Day, November 11. The walk incorporates 18 artworks by local artists including a tank, stained glass window and a trench with benches and wooden poppies with messages of dedication. Trail leaflets are at Visitor Information Points in the town and more information is online: www. ourburystedmunds.com/ww1trail. CRIMSON GLORY at St Edmundsbury Cathedral in Bury St Edmunds on November 4 will be a special production by hundreds of schoolchildren telling the story, in music, drama, dance, art and video, of a young Suffolk soldier.
WOMEN IN Wymondham in the First World War continues at Wymondham Heritage Museum until November 2, an exhibition about the transformational role women played at home while their husbands, fathers and sons went to the battle fields. www. wymondhamheritagemuseum. co.uk
SPROWSTON Dementia Friendly Community and Dementia Cafe has produced a large artwork to remember the end of the First World War, with involvement from many people in the village on the edge of Norwich.
HEMBLINGTON, near Norwich, commemorates its war dead in an exhibition called The Century of the Armistice, at All Saints Church from November 5 to 13.
Troops in the county.