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Inside the secondary school College Jacques Brel in the village of Villers-Bretonneux in northern France. Picture: . Ella Pellegrini

Inside the secondary school College Jacques Brel in the village of Villers-Bretonneux in northern France. Picture: . Ella Pellegrini

I should not have seen this... But now that I have.. the war is on!

I should not have seen this... But now that I have.. the war is on!

A tricorn hat is a tribute to the colonial days, and making tricorn hats from scratch is an appropriate and stimulating activity for kids to teach them about the types of clothing that people wore during colonial times. Choose felt as your material of choice to make the tricorn hat, since felt is an easy to use fabric that can be glued or sewn...

How to Make a Tricorn Hat Out of Felt

A tricorn hat is a tribute to the colonial days, and making tricorn hats from scratch is an appropriate and stimulating activity for kids to teach them about the types of clothing that people wore during colonial times. Choose felt as your material of choice to make the tricorn hat, since felt is an easy to use fabric that can be glued or sewn...

Watercolour poppies - want to paint this for remembrance day

Watercolour poppies - want to paint this for remembrance day

Great idea for a book corner or the library. This site has other ideas for displays.

Great idea for a book corner or the library. This site has other ideas for displays.

How To Win A Culture War And Lose A Generation from Thought Catalog. This explains a lot about me, actually. I grew up a devout Sunday School kid. And then something happened.

How To Win A Culture War And Lose A Generation

How To Win A Culture War And Lose A Generation from Thought Catalog. This explains a lot about me, actually. I grew up a devout Sunday School kid. And then something happened.

It was carnival day fun all the way as Whaley Bridge Rose Queen festival avoided the rain on Saturday – but in the run up to the World War 1 centenary there was still time for tributes to Britain’s wartime heroes. Two highlights drew applause from the crowds: a life size and very lifelike WW1 tank in the parade, filled with children from Buxworth primary school, and then a flypast from an RAF Hurricane fighter.

It was carnival day fun all the way as Whaley Bridge Rose Queen festival avoided the rain on Saturday – but in the run up to the World War 1 centenary there was still time for tributes to Britain’s wartime heroes. Two highlights drew applause from the crowds: a life size and very lifelike WW1 tank in the parade, filled with children from Buxworth primary school, and then a flypast from an RAF Hurricane fighter.

Artwork - could work well with the book "Remembrance" by Jacki French/ Mark Wilson// Through my mother's eyes.

Artwork - could work well with the book "Remembrance" by Jacki French/ Mark Wilson// Through my mother's eyes.

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