The Every Man Remembered website, run by the Royal British Legion, is working with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission to keep alive the memory of those who fell in the First World War, for future generations. The Royal British Legion would like every single man and woman from across the Commonwealth who fell to be individually commemorated by those alive today. This is your chance to take part in a truly historic and incredibly significant act of Remembrance. If anyone has rung a peal, quarter peal, touch or any special ringing of any sort to remember a relative or a former member of your tower, village, District or of the Association then please do commemorate this act by recording it on the persons individual profile on the website.
Each person can be remembered more than once but the website encourages you to choose those that have not yet been remembered. This will help the Royal British Legion achieve its aim of remembering every single man and woman who sacrificed their lives in this conflict. To do this:
- Visit the Every Man Remembered website
- Click on the grey box - "Commemorate someone I know"
- Enter the name and any other details
- View profile
- Commemorate now (you will need to register with the website)
- Enter details of how he or she has been commemorated.
(Monday 13 April 2015)