Remembrance Sunday takes place early in November. A special token of memorial will make a thoughtful gift for those to whom the day has a special resonance, or as a mark of respect for those who defend on our behalf.
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Commemorative Thimble- A poignant collectable thimble in a presentation box, ''To commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the Great War as the inscription states. In Fine China, it's decorated with Britannia on one side and two 'Tommies' on the other.
What The Papers Said - WWII. Reading about World War ll through the replica pages of contemporary newspapers as events unfolded is an extraordinary experience that brings those troubled times vividly to life. This tabloid-sized book provides a fascinating insight into events as the war was being fought, and makes gripping reading for any student of the period or anyone who may have lived through it.
Spitfire Keyring- A handsome silver-plated keyring measuring beautifully presented in a satin-lined gift box carrying the Royal Air Force logo to represent our heritage, courage & modern technical expertise.
Lest We Forget CD. The tracks on this Lest We Forget CD are a poignant collection of poems and music in remembrance of those who perished in conflict. It features 59 minutes of classic tunes from the Coldstream and Irish Guards & The English Symphony Orchestra, and poems read by Dame Judi Dench, Michael Maloney and others - 29 traditional pieces which make up a stirring and poignant compilation.
World War One Day by Day. Created using facsimiles of original pages from The Daily Mirror published at the time, this is an absorbing insight on the major events during WWl as it was fought in Europe and elsewhere. Beautifully bound in burgundy leathercloth and tabloid in size, it brings to life the events of the Great War as they were reported day by day when landing on the breakfast tables of Britain.
Tommy`s War CD. A 2-CD collection of historic recordings of songs and music from the First World War, intertwined with poignant recollections from veterans and famous poems read by some of Britain's leading actors. The songs on these CDs are from original, evocative cylinder and 78 rpm recordings made almost a hundred years ago.
Lest We Forget Pocket Watch. Bearing the moving image of a Tommy beside the grave of his fallen comrade, this impressive pewter pocket watch with quartz movement serves as a dignified way to remember those who have fallen.
Poppy 5 Petal Necklace. Complementing our Peace Poppy Brooch is this enamelled pendant necklace which reflects the sentiments of Remembrance in a sensitive, tasteful way. Suspended on an 18'' (46cms) silver chain, the presentation box includes words from Laurence Binyon's famous poem"They shall grow not old,as we that are left grow old."
Celtic Crystal Remembrance Pedestal Clock. This new engraved clock pays tribute to the sacrifices made by the heroes who have fought at war on our behalf. Crafted and finished by hand, delicate poppies embrace the poignant sentiment ''What we have enjoyed, we can never lose... all that we love deeply becomes part of us''. Set with a quartz movement, the clock stands 5.5''
Poppy 5 Petal Brooch. A wonderful new poppy brooch featuring five Pave crystal encrusted petals, stamens of jet and an emerald leaf, all encased in a polished metal base. A popular piece of Remembrance jewellery, the brooch is presented in a box which includes the words oh John McCrae's WWl poem "In Flanders fields the poppies blow, between the crosses, row on row."
Some Corner of a Foreign Field. The horrors of the Great War of 1914-1918 produced some of the finest British poetry of the century. These poignant texts have been combined with music of equal power and emotion in a moving 30 track album, which mixes humour, irony and terror in equal measure. From Wilfred Owen to Woodbine Willy and Wolfgang Amadeus himself,assembled as a comprehensive view of the sublime and the ridiculous in warfare..