NOT many people can say they shared a table with every recipient of the George Cross and Victoria Cross from the 21 century but the winning bidders of a pair of tickets to a dinner for the Help for Heroes charity next Saturday will be able to claim just that.
A BIRMINGHAM charity is helping Silhillians keep poignant memories of the First World War alive by organising trips to the battlefields of Northern Europe as the 90th anniversary of the end of the end of the conflict approaches in November.
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