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Be part of this national cause to honour those who made the ultimate sacrifice

The bodies of 72,396 British servicemen who died at the Somme were never recovered.  Somerset artist, Rob Heard is hand-stitching a shrouded figure to remember each one.  he began with the 19,240 killed on the first day of the battle - 1 July 1916.  These were displayed in Exeter last year.

He is now working on making tens of thousands more to 'bring the boys home' for the centenary of Armistice Day in 2018.  They are looking at raising £150,000 to deliver this extraordinary installation in London.

You can be part of it by signing up to the kickstarter crowding funding campaign which launched on the 10 May 2017.

Kickstarter page: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/622425218/shrouds-of-the-somme   

Help make this happen - http://shroudsofthesomme.com/   

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shroudsofthesomme   

Twitter: https://twitter.com/shroudsofsomme   

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