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Our project will concentrate on the fallen on the memorials of All Saints and Holy Trinity Church, Loughborough.

They will be added to Loughborough Carillon’s Roll of Honour website: http://www.loughborough-rollofhonour.com/page5.htm


But we are making a special effort to remember those from the Commonwealth whose relatives may now live locally, those from our twin towns and of our foes of a hundred years ago whose communities now live locally.


If you would like to help, or have memories, do not hesitate to contact janet.grant@gmail.com


You can download an example our our work with the Taylor bellfounder family here.


To go to the Centenary Book of Remembrance work page click here


Arthur Bradley Taylor, a second lieutenant of the Leicestershire regiment, died aged just 20, on July 11th 1916.  Photo courtesy of the Taylor  Archive