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First World War Centenary

Nantwich refugee focus for museum talk

Nantwich refugee focus for museum talk

Great War fallen honoured at Crewe Hall exhibition

Great War fallen honoured at Crewe Hall exhibition

Galaxy ridden by Capt Nick Watson of the Kings Troop, Royal Horse Artillery receives the Honorary PDSA Dickin Medal on behalf of WWI war horse Warrior. Picture courtesy of Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

World War horse to get 'animal VC' for gallantry

Winsford care home marks First World War centenary

Winsford care home marks First World War centenary

First World War commemorative candle stolen from Winsford garden during centenary

First World War commemorative candle stolen from Winsford garden during centenary

George Osborne plants the poppy he was given at a ceremony in Glasgow earlier in the day

VIDEO: Tatton MP George Osborne lights ‘Flame of Remembrance’ to commemorate Cheshire East's fallen

Northwich to host county remembrance service

Northwich to host county remembrance service

Residents gather in Middlewich to commemorate First World War

Residents gather in Middlewich to commemorate First World War

The Houses of Parliament were plunged in to darkness. Picture courtesy of Press Association.

VIDEO: Lights out for WW1 anniversary

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will join Prince Harry at the Tower of London today

Royals plant ceramic poppies to mark lives lost in First World War

Winsford U3A were in fine voice for moving renditions of Great War songs and reflective poems

Winsford U3A mark Great War centenary with library exhibition

Prince William was joined by wife Kate at the Allies' Memorial at Cointe.

VIDEO: Duke and Duchess attend WWI memorial service in Belgium

Prime Minister David Cameron reads a passage during a service for the Commonwealth to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War One. Photo courtesy of Russell Cheyne/PA Wire

Dignitaries gather to mark anniversary of the start of the First World War

The dove of peace design

Sculptures planned for village memorial wall

Tatton Park head gardener Simon Tetlow in the trench of his WW1-inspired garden

Poignant World War 1-themed display earns Tatton Park Gardens RHS award

Take a trip to war museum to mark 100 years

Take a trip to war museum to mark 100 years

Town commemorates World War 1 heroes

Town commemorates World War 1 heroes

Davenham to mark war centenary

Davenham to mark war centenary

Town mayor unveils garden of remembrance in Crewe

Town mayor unveils garden of remembrance in Crewe

Church services to mark war centenary

Church services to mark war centenary

Communities urged to switch their lights off to commemorate the Great War

Communities urged to switch their lights off to commemorate the Great War

DAN has organised a visit to Duxford Air Museum.

Duxford visit to mark First World War centenary

WW1 historian launches ‘The Knutsford Lads Who Never Came Home’ at heritage centre

WW1 historian launches ‘The Knutsford Lads Who Never Came Home’ at heritage centre

Ralph Ellis takes aim with the Mark III rifle – the trusty sidearm of a British Tommy during the Great War

Winsford U3A take aim for special Great War library exhibition

Residents encouraged to attend Crewe Great War commemoration

Residents encouraged to attend Crewe Great War commemoration

Great War symposium attracts experts to Crewe

Great War symposium attracts experts to Crewe

Winsford Great War service to mark 100 years since conflict began

Winsford Great War service to mark 100 years since conflict began

Chris Howes, regional supervisor for the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, shows MP, Stephen O’Brien, the grave of Private Dodd in Wharton Cemetery

MP visits Winsford war graves as part of 'virtual cemetery' project

Back row, left to right: Winsfordians Gordon Robson and Sally Bebbington have helped Derek Johnson build the tank, pictured alongside Dilip Solanki-koli from the Royal British Legion, front.

Winsford tank art ready to make tracks to Great War commemorations

Winsford Great War project given Heritage Lottery backing

Winsford Great War project given Heritage Lottery backing

D-Day 70: Live updates as Europe remembers

D-Day 70: Live updates as Europe remembers

Show will take audiences back to the First World War

Show will take audiences back to the First World War

The Great War took seven men from Tatton Street

The Great War took seven men from Tatton Street

Local author, John Malam, in authentic First World War uniform, alongside 10-year-old Willow Wood pupils, Sophie Doyle and Jamie Newman. Copies of John’s book will be sent to schools across the town.

Great War stories will live on in archives after Winsford event

An act of bravery... but no VC awarded

A British soldier pays his respects at the grave of a colleague after the Gallipoli landings in 1915

Digital archive of WWI stories

Wilfred Owen

How the Daily Mail inspired Wilfred Owen's masterpiece

Artist Derek Johnson wants school kids to build and design Mark I First World War tanks for a unique commemorative installation in Winsford

Orig-army tank challenge for Winsford school kids First World War centenary

A drawing of Marbury Hall by an unknown prisoner.

World war history of Marbury Hall

Why D-Day should never be forgotten

Why D-Day should never be forgotten

The Guardian reports troop departures in August 1914

Items sought for Winsford First World War roadshow

The Royal British Legion will collaborate with Winsford Town Council to amass of body of information about local soldiers who fought in the Great War.

Legion launches First World War appeal

Archives of a Winsford WWI Tommy included in Antiques Roadshow book

Archives of a Winsford WWI Tommy included in Antiques Roadshow book

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