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Bulbs planted at Falmouth memorial to mark Gallipoli centenary

GallipoliDawnMembers of St Francis School’s gardening club have helped plant 100 daffodil bulbs named Gallipoli Dawn which were donated to the town council by local daffodil aficionado, Ron Scamp. The bulbs have been planted near the War Memorial in Falmouth’s Kimberley Park and will flower next spring – coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the start of the Battle of Gallipoli, which took place during World War One.

Mr Scamp had been asked by the Gallipoli Association (as part of its Gallipoli100 project) to produce a daffodil to commemorate the fallen at the battle, which took place on the Gallipoli peninsula in the Ottoman Empire between April 15, 1915 and January 9, 1916.  Find out more »


British school children visit Gallipoli as part of Centenary Education Project – jointly funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Gallipoli Association – has been setting up activities in advance of the 2015 commemorations of the disastrous campaign in which thousands of British soldiers lost their lives. Eight pupils from a Hampshire school have just returned from Gallipoli, having taken part in the pilot battlefield visit of this First World War Centenary project with a difference. Find out more

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REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY: 9 NOVEMBER 2014 - A good member turn-out this year for the Cenotaph march-past. They are shown here by the Royal Naval Division memorial at Horse Guards. The Association was mentioned by the BBC this year with reference to the campaign's centenary.

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NEXT MAJOR UK FWW EVENT IS GALLIPOLI CENTENARY - The British Prime Minister David Cameron announces the plans. The Association is working closely with the UK Government on this programme of commemoration. More will be announced in the coming months

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