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Remembrance Day news

Saturday, November 8, 2014

EastEnders star Lindsey Coulson is swapping screen for stage to bring to life the voices of the women who lived through the First World War.

Children who pieced together the lives of former Highgate schoolboys who died from battle wounds after fighting in the First World War laid a remembrance cross in a poignant ceremony at their final resting place.

London’s busiest railway station paused to commemorate the thousands who gave their lives in World War One as a centenary act of remembrance took place at King’s Cross station this morning.

Veteran actor Lee Montague will host a star-studded Remembrance event in aid of a community library next week.

A family-friendly poppy-making workshop will take place in Harringay this Sunday as part of the borough’s Remembrance Day centenary services - read on for full details.

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