Video captures moment bomb disposal team blows up First World War ordnance on beach It was flagged up by RNLI lifeguards who discovered it before the tide came in and covered it up at Lushington Cove, Porthtowan West Briton - Published 1 day ago Also reported by • Cornish Guardian • The Cornishman
Commemorative walk remembers village's fallen son AROUND 100 men from one Herefordshire village served in the Armed Forces during the First World War. Hereford Times - Published 2 weeks ago
100-year old celebrates birthday by skydiving
SWLEjump - by Nathan Sandhu This is the amazing moment a former 'Sapper' celebrated his 100th birthday by completing a skydive - 74 years after he last jumped out of a plane during WWII. Thrill-seeker..
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An OAP has become the world's oldest piper at 98
A sprightly OAP is believed to be the oldest piper in the world - and is still blowing away at the grand old age of 98.James Beedie began playing the bagpipes age 14 after it was initially forced on..
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Prince Charles concludes visit to Wales at Yr Ysgwrn
Prince Charles concluded his tour of Wales on Friday in the week of his 50th anniversary of his investiture as the Prince of Wales. Charles visited Yr Ysgwrn, a farmhouse in Snowdonia National Park,..
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First World War soldiers buried 100 years after their deaths
The families of two young British privates killed in the First World War have finally seen them laid to rest more than 100 years later. Private Henry Wallington and Private Frank Mead, of the 23rd..
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Rolls-Royce Wraith Eagle VIII Collection
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars will unveil its latest Collection Car, Wraith Eagle VIII, on the shores of Lake Como at this year’s Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, 24-26 May. Created by the Bespoke..
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Living WW1 memorial opened at Queenswood WOODLAND felled during the First World War to provide timber for the war effort is now home to a First World War memorial. Hereford Times - Published 2 weeks ago
Duke of Kent officially opens stunning First World War memorial at Victoria Embankment It is the first of its kind Nottingham Post - Published 3 weeks ago Treaty of Versailles at 100: Path to peace or road to war? Versailles' is credited with formally bought an end to the First World War, but its legacy is far more complex, writes Jon Stone Independent - Published 3 weeks ago
Grave of unknown First World War soldier from Gloucestershire finally bears his name, 105 years after he died Captain William Kington, from Cheltenham, lay in a grave without his name on it after the First World War Stroud Life - Published on June 23, 2019 Also reported by • Gloucester Citizen • Gloucestershire Echo
Vandals chiseled off names of fallen soldiers on the Stroud war memorial Memorial commemorates people from Stroud who sacrificed their lives in the First World War and the Second World War Gloucestershire Echo - Published on June 18, 2019 Also reported by • Stroud Life • Gloucester Citizen
Hindu and Sikh veterans trek two kilometres for First World War memorial service VETERANS made their way up the South Downs on Sunday to hold a poignant memorial service. The Argus - Published on June 14, 2019 Village honours fallen son A NEW commemorative walk has been opened in remembrance of a Herefordshire soldier who lost his life in the First World War. Hereford Times - Published on June 10, 2019
Indian war sacrifice to be remembered at Chattri tomorrow Dozens of Indian soldiers who died in Brighton during the First World War will be remembered at an interfaith service at the Chattri memorial tomorrow (Sunday 9 June). The annual service includes the.. Brighton and Hove News - Published on June 8, 2019
Twinning towns come together to remember the fallen BREXIT uncertainty hasn't stopped a Herefordshire village from maintaining their relationship with a French town as they came together to remember those who lost their lives in the First World War. Hereford Times - Published on May 24, 2019
Filmmakers sharing story of war tank To mark the end of the First World War centenary, filmmakers from Staffordshire University are sharing the story of a war tank discovered buried underneath a battlefield. Express and Star - Published on May 24, 2019
Ultra-exclusive Rolls-Royce Wraith Eagle VIII revealed Rolls-Royce unveils latest 'Collection' special inspired by world's first non-stop transatlantic flight
Rolls-Royce will use this year’s Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este to unveil its latest.. Autocar - Published on May 23, 2019 Victoria Cross stone commemoration for First World War hero Commemorative stones have been produced by the Government for each of the 628 recipients of the Victoria Cross in the UK, including Samuel Needham, of Great Limber Grimsby Telegraph - Published on May 19, 2019
Mustard gas leaking from vast underwater First World War weapons dump in North Sea TNT has also spilled from two-mile wide munitions site where 35,000 tonnes of unexploded bombs, shells and grenades were buried Independent - Published on May 3, 2019 First World War mustard gas leaks from Belgian underwater grave Telegraph.co.uk - Published on May 2, 2019
Agnes is Amazing at 105 She was born before even the First World War broke out Daily Record - Published on May 1, 2019 Belfast's HMS Caroline in running for prestigious museum prize A First World War ship docked in Belfast has been shortlisted for the most prestigious museum prize in the world. Belfast Telegraph - Published on April 25, 2019
Unidentified soldiers buried 100 years after their deaths in the First World War The Ministry of Defence's Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre believe both soldiers were killed in September 1916 during fighting at the Somme Nottingham Post - Published on April 18, 2019 The story behind the First World War Victoria Cross hero who has finally been honoured in Cheltenham for the first time Blue plaque put up to mark James Forbes-Robertson’s First World War heroism in France 101 years ago Gloucester Citizen - Published on April 13, 2019 Also reported by • Stroud Life • Gloucestershire Echo
Northern Ireland House of the Year shortlist announced A First World War ship, a 12th century castle and a social housing project are among local buildings shortlisted for a prestigious architecture prize. Belfast Telegraph - Published on April 2, 2019 Brexit: Jon Snow is scared of white people Jon Snow on the pro-Brexit protests outside Parliament, "I have never seen so many white people in one place… it's an extraordinary story, there are people everywhere".. Anorak - Published on March 31, 2019
Seven giant poppies will be create at Folkestone seafront to commemorate the end of First World War Residents will see the new creations in just three months' time Folkestone Herald - Published on March 30, 2019 Also reported by • Sevenoaks Chronicle • Canterbury Times • Kent and Sussex Courier • Thanet Gazette • Dover Express The men from the ministry: 100 years of the ministry of transport Shortly after the First World War, the ministry of transport was created. In the 100 years since, it has had many leaders and seen many names pass through. But without it, society wouldn't function,.. Independent - Published on March 28, 2019
New book explores devastating hardships faced by servicemen in aftermath of First World War Euphoria of victory was soon replaced by harsh reality Leicester Mercury - Published on March 15, 2019 Lucky penny which saved life of a First World War soldier to be auctioned 'But for that penny, his children would not have been born and I wouldn't be here' Hull Daily Mail - Published on March 15, 2019 Also reported by • Tamworth Herald • Wales Online • Cambridge News
The story behind the First World War headstone found hidden in Bath undergrowth Officials have stepped in to clear up the mystery Blackmore Vale - Published on March 5, 2019 Guy Warner: Remembering those daring young Ulster men in their flying machines A few years ago I had a telephone call from my good friend and fellow historian Ernie Cromie. He told me that he had been contacted by a man by the name of John McCleery, who suggested that he might.. Belfast Telegraph - Published on February 27, 2019
Opinion: how Peugeot can make it big in America The French brand plans an 'unconventional' approach to its US return – and that could give it the chance to stand out
The PSA Group has been openly exploring an entry into the North American.. Autocar - Published on February 26, 2019 Commemorative rose planted by Inner Wheel Club AS part of the commemorations of the end of the First World War, a climbing rose, of the Crown Princess Margareta variety, was recently planted by members of the Inner Wheel Club of Hereford Wye Valley.. Hereford Times - Published on February 26, 2019