Dame Vera Lynn turned 100 last week and a newly compiled collection of her songs is about to be released. Her last CD, released when she was 92, went to No.1 on the British charts. Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
On Monday, singer Dame Vera Lynn, who entertained British troops during World War 2, celebrated her 100th Birthday. For her birthday, Lynn was honored with an image of herself projected onto the iconic.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Dame Vera Lynn took a trip down memory lane on her 100th birthday as pupils from her old primary school sang Happy Birthday and serenaded her with her most beloved songs. Source: PA - Press Association STUDIO -
Residents at a Stansted care home sung their hearts out when they celebrated Dame Vera Lynn's turning 100 by joining a nationwide sing-along.Mountfitchet House care home on Coltsfield enjoyed a day of.. Brentwood Gazette Also reported by •Essex Chronicle
Two original 1944 Spitfires flew over the South Foreland Lighthouse in Dover yesterday (Tuesday March 21) in celebration of Forces’ Sweetheart and Sussex resident Dame Vera Lynn’s 100th birthday. Crawley Observer Also reported by •Sussex Express
The Welsh soprano opened the show to sing a special tribute to Dame Vera Lynn, who is celebrating her 100th birthday today. The opera star sang Dame Vera’s hit We’ll Meet Again, a song synonymous.. OK!