The Hunts Post appeal - what are you doing to commemorate 100 years since the end of the Great War?
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The Hunts Post would like to know what you are doing to commemorate the end of the First World War.
We would like to hear from members of the community around Huntingdonshire about how you are marking the occasion for a special edition of the paper.
Whether its bus shelter displays, homemade poppies, or community projects, we would like know what you are doing.
To get involved all you need to do is e-mail reporter Katie Ridley with pictures of your commemorations along with some information about the display and a contact number so we can find out more details.
Katie said: “We want to hear about all the events and displays taking place around the district to mark this occasion in a fitting way. I have already seen so many creative and interesting displays, but can’t be there to capture them all, so it would be great to hear from people around Huntingdonshire too.”
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For your chance to feature in The Hunts Post, e-mail: email@example.com or call 01480 443472.
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