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1914-1918: In Remembrance

The solitary yet beautiful poppy has become a worldwide symbol of those lives of loved ones who were lost during The Great War, which started on 28th July 1914 and didn’t cease until 11th November 1918. It has become a great tradition that people wear a poppy during the month of November to show their ... read more

Enlightened 2020 @ Hylands Estate

Hylands Estate in Chelmsford have created a unique and magical festive light trail for families of all ages to enjoy, at a wonderful walking pace! Along with some fantastic light displays, there are also wonderful audio and visual effects.

Wings & Wheels 2020 @ Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome

Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome is a unique place, with a unique history. It is the largest known surviving group of RFC buildings on a WWI aerodrome which was not adapted for further military use later in its history. Originally opened in 1916, the aerodrome saw the birth of the Air Defence of Great Britain ... read more

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