Remembrance Day Is Tomorrow!
Hello Bin Weevils!
As you may already know, tomorrow is Remembrance Day – it is celebrated every year to remember the end of World War One, which lasted a total of four years and also to remember all them good men out there, which put their lives out there for Britain, for us.
Without them brave men, things may of been very, very different. Tomorrow, at 11AM, two minutes silence will be held. You must use this two minutes to remember all the men that died for us.
The reason why we use poppys as a cymbal of remembrance, is because after the war finished, in no-mans land, where most of the war was fought, loads of poppys grew in it.
The first two minute silence, was held on 11 November 1919, when King George V asked the public to observe a silence at 11am.
“Lest We Forget”