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Mr M. Cooper

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PostSubject: Remembering the fallen   Remembering the fallen EmptyFri Nov 11, 2016 1:50 am

November 11th is here again, time to remember all who gave their lives so that we could be free.

Rest in peace you brave fellows, you will never be forgotten.

Deep respect to you all, very grateful for what you did for us.

A poppy is so very small, but it means so very much.

R.I.P. Brave Lads, we salute you all. Salute Salute Salute Salute
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PostSubject: Remembering the fallen    Remembering the fallen EmptyFri Nov 11, 2016 9:13 am

Well said Martin
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Hear, Hear, to our Glorious Dead..we remember all our brave lads and lassie's.
it's fitting that politics has no part in this!. and that England and Scotland who
play tonight will defy fifa and wear their poppies with pride. Pro Patria..
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Yes, it was nice seeing both England and Scotland defy fifa and wear their poppies with pride.

It was even nicer seeing England sink the pink 3-0. agree Very Happy
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