Young and old from Snettisham in Norfolk have travelled to visit each of the graves of the 45 soldiers from the village killed in the First World War.
The Snettisham 45 project marks 100 years since the war by remembering lost loved ones and delving into their stories.
Villagers travelled as far as Canada, France and Belgium to pay their respects.
The names of the 45 men, which are depicted on the town’s war memorial, have also been polished and restored.
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