Crosses made by children to honour WWI soldiers
10:46am Thursday 10th July 2014 in Latest News
PEOPLE are invited to a special countywide event commemorating the sacrifice made by 10,000 Wiltshire soldiers during the First World War.
The Wiltshire Council and Ministry of Defence-organised First World War event is on July 30 at 10am at Tidworth Military Cemetery, and will give communities across the county a chance to remember the fallen soldiers.
Every fallen soldier will be represented on a named cross placed on a wall of remembrance which will provide the focus for the service. The crosses have been made by thousands of local schoolchildren across the county with each soldier’s name meticulously researched.
For more information on the commemoration event and other First World War projects and initiatives, visit the website https://heritageinwiltshire.
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