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The centenary commemorations of the First World War have been unfolding for more than three years but there has been no diminution of the British determination to honour and remember the soldiers who died. The launch last week of a new project marking the final year of the conflict raised more than £1m in the first 24 hours.

The outstanding success of the 2014 ceramic poppy project at the Tower of London has been followed by There But Not There, an imaginative fundraising effort based on ghostly silhouettes of a rifle-bearing Tommy.

See the full article in The Sunday Times here.

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There But Not There