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The Festival of Remembrance. An insider's thoughts.

The annual Festival of Remembrance finishes with the building of the Drum Altar and silence for two minutes as poppies fall. But what's it like to be at the centre of this moving service? Read on.
Nigel McCulloch entering the hall in 2015
Nigel McCulloch entering the hall in 2015

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