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Zoë invites you to mark the WWI centenary by taking part in Pages of the Sea

11 November 2018 04:17

Today, 11 November, marks 100 years since the end of the First World War. In this video, Zoë invites you to join her in supporting Pages of the Sea, filmmaker Danny Boyle’s heartfelt project to commemorate the event.

Those who’d like to take part in Pages of the Sea are asked to gather on selected UK beaches today to pay tribute to the millions of people who left their shores during the conflict and in many cases never returned. On some of the beaches, a portrait of an individual from WWI will be drawn in the sand then washed away by the tide: a symbolic goodbye.

On Pages of the Sea’s website, you can find specific people to say personal goodbyes to, as well as read and download Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy’s ‘The Wound in Time’. The sobering, poignant poem, specially written for the Armistice Day centenary, will be shared on the beaches.

If you're unable to attend a beach event, there's the option to get involved online instead by mentioning the person or people you're saying goodbye to on social media, using the hashtag #PagesOfTheSea.

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