Never Such Innocence is a charity which aims to raise children’s understanding of the Great War. Last week, founder, Lady Lucy French, was at Elizabeth College to launch a national poetry and creative art competition which is being promoted through a roadshow across the UK. As part of the College event, the CCF Drum Corps led the introduction before students had the opportunity to read their own poetry.
For a school who lost 110 Old Elizabethans in the First World War, this commemoration is very poignant. It will be a great tribute to see work from current students included in the centenary legacy which, Never Such Innocence, aim to create from the competition entries.
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