August 29 2014 Latest news:
The sacrifices of the soldiers of the First World War were captured in moving photographs taken around the borough this week.
Police officers are today set to rally together to remember their predecessors who lost their lives in the First World War.
Walking wounded trudge along a barren landscape for miles, feeling the absence of the thick army jackets which have been taken from them and the icy chill of winter drawing ever closer.
The “war to end all wars” is set to be commemorated through events being held this weekend.
Residents and organisations are encouraged to help mark the First World War centenary.
The “war to end all wars” is set to be commemorated through a series of events this summer.
A small, cramped semi in Clayhall is perhaps the last place you would expect to become the target of a letterbomb.
This beautiful image of poppies in a meadow was taken by iwitness user Tony Webb.
The borough’s first festival of professional theatre kicks off on Thursday.
Images of gaping bayonet wounds, blown-off limbs and the blood and mud of No Man’s Land are often what spring to mind when thinking about the First World War.