Armistice Day centenary commemorated: remembering Londoners killed during the First World War and in conflicts since

At City Hall, we have been remembering the Londoners killed during the First World War and in conflicts since. The photograph on the poster I am shown holding (below) is of Lottie Meade, born in Marylebone in 1889 and whom lived in Paddington. With her husband fighting on the Western Front, she was left to care for their five children alone, whilst also working in a munitions factory where exposure to toxic chemicals led to her death on 17th October 1916. She was just 27.

#WeWillRememberThem #Remembrance2018

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About nickygavron

Former Deputy Mayor of London. London Assembly Member, Chair of Planning Committee, and GLA Labour Spokesperson for Planning. NPF Member.
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