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Anybody with any information about the theft, or who may have been offered the item for sale, is asked to contact PC Lisa-Ann Gore. It is believed to have gone missing when volunteers showed members of the public around during the last Bank Holiday Monday. Selected exhibitions: Traveling exhibition “Video Art in Germany”; Kunstverein Karlsruhe: “Peepshow”; Kunsthalle DГјsseldorf: “Christmas Tree”; Stadtgeschichtliches Museum DГјsseldorf: “I Am Your Mirror.” Image caption The private war diary of Captain James Paterson describes dead bodies “in all directions” The amazing piece is on display at the University of Leeds, along with Sgt Kitching’s portrait and several love letters he sent Miss Hunter. With distant relatives located, Kaye arranged a consecration, and added Solomon’s name to the list of war dead read out earlier this year at the Tower of London, where thousands of people were drawn to a dramatic display of memorial poppies. Simple Plan played a lot of songs from their newest album but also played the classics like Addicted and I’m Just a Kid and got the whole audience jumping (me) and cheering (me) and crowd surfing (not me). It came all the way from America, back into the possession of the grandchild to the man in the photo. Museum Volunteer Allan Reed describes the piece as being a significantly important part of Essex’s military history. Simple Plan: “Who has seen us in concert before?” Audience cheers wildly Simple Plan: “Who here in the audience is seeing us for the first time?” Audience cheers wildly Simple Plan: “Who out there is Canadian?” Audience is silent. I guess they’re not quite as popular in the US as they are here where they’re playing huge venues, like the ACC. William Spencer, author and military records specialist at the National Archives, said it “creates opportunities for the public, history enthusiasts, family historians and researchers worldwide to explore the official records which may lead to some new discoveries and perspectives on this important period of history”. We ended up missing their first song, Celebrity Status, which we could faintly hear from inside the club as we stood at the front door waiting to get in. A First World War soldier whose left leg was shattered during the Battle of the Somme, used part of his thigh bone to fashion a brooch for his girlfriend. All in all it was a good night but I still have yet to see Marianas Trench in concert when they are the main event. “Trenches, bits of equipment, clothing (probably blood-stained), ammunition, tools, caps, etc, etc, everywhere. I am very grateful to have been able to work from it and I am sure she would love it if you visited her photostream. As he recovered from his injury, Sgt Kitchen used part of his thigh bone to create the bizarre piece of jewellery for his girlfriend Lizzie Hunter. With this first contact, Kaye followed a trail that led him to other family members back in the UK, including Leeds and Waltham Abbey, where he found Sue Wells, Solomon’s great-niece. Sgt Kitching made the brooch, pictured, for his girlfriend Lizzie Hunter, who he married after the conflict The ceremony at Plashet Cemetery will include military standard bearers from AJEX, the Royal British Legion and the Royal Fusiliers, as well as a sprinkling of VIPs. Her short films address mainly socio-cultural subjects and trends in fine art,Р’ music,Р’ subculture and high-technology. She was such a pleasure to draw and I hope her portrait will bring many happy memories for her owners. “It’s quite a common name and because we didn’t have much to go on, it was like looking for a needle in a haystack.” He had almost given up hope when he received an email from a woman in the US saying: “I think you’re looking for us.” The Royal British Legion asked for a smaller than life size figure as a memorial to those billeted locally who had died in the service of their country.


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