WW1 - When The Guns Stopped Firing

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The greatest silence in modern history fell on November 11th, 1918.
The last shells were fired by batteries on both sides just before 11am.
The Imperial War Museum have commissioned a new soundscape of the moments the guns fell silent.

United Remembrance Day Service
Sunday 11th Nov 2018

There will be a united service of Remembrance at 10.53am, at St Andrews's church.
The congregation of the URC will join with that of St Andrew's, followed by a ceremony at the War Memorial (around noon).

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