Gosh there are so many things going on at the moment. It’s 100 years since the original Armistice Day – many a poiniant photographic memory jogger for the ancestors of those who fought in WW . Any kind of business is something to be taken with care and much energy – once the plan is in place and everyone knows what they’re supposed to be promoting and how they want to present the idea. Marketing war memories is a very carefully controlled matter. No one wants to offend anyone else – different families deal with their losses in completely separate ways. Most villages are doing some kind of Armistice 100 event – to acknowledge the sacrifice of the chaps and their families – but the constant need to fund raise to help support the families of those who fell then and in all the later conflicts is still a massive undertaking.