The quote appears on most British war memorials. It is from the Bible (Ecclesiasticus 44:14) but was selected by Rudyard Kipling. He had lost his only son in WWI and was part of the War Graves Commission that decided the shape and words for the tomb stones that filled many fields.

Myself and Dave Pendleton should be leading a walk on 29th November, the day Bradford City play Orient at home. It will be to remember the players of both clubs that were killed in WWI.

I intend projecting images of the players or their graves against the Bradford Cenotaph as their names and fate are read out.

Today was a test.