The British actress Prunella Scales has helped to launch a book that gives a fresh look at the First World War through the poetry of the men and women of one of London's WW1 hospitals - the Royal Victoria Patriotic Building in Wandsworth, known as No. 3 Hospital.
"Great Ward Poetry" tells the story of the men and women who worked or were treated at the Hospital/.
For every books sold, a contribution will be made to SSAFA - the charity that looks after the families of serving forces personnel.
For further details, please see :https://www.ssafa.org.uk/news/2014/06/26/Prunella-Scales-helps-launch-WW1-poetry-book/
With grateful thanks to Stanley Kaye of the Facebook Group "Remembering World War One in 2014 One Hundred Years". Stanley's idea is to fill the world with poppies in remembrance.