The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Armistice Committee: October 2018
This image was taken in the Church of St Alban earlier this week, as planning for our Armistice Centenary edges towards completion.
The silhouettes are part of the national 'There but not There' installation to remember the fallen of The Great War.
These silhouettes allow communities like Tattenhall to remember the casualties of war, and to place them back into the spaces they left behind.
The installation, not unlike the 'Silent Soldiers' which are currently in place within our churchyard and in front of Olympus House, is part of Tattenhall's commitment to 'Remembrance, Awareness and Responsibility' as the nation approaches the centenary anniversary of the end of The Great War.
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