“100 Silences” Pilgrimage in the Brixton Bugle

At the end of Will’s “100 Silences” pilgrimage, he gave the remnants of the battlefield soil carried from Southampton to local children in Brixton, who laid it on the war memorial (built only last year) for African and Caribbean servicemen.

This is the article as written for the local Brixton newspaper:

Young and old join to mark 100th Armistice Day in Brixton



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  1. Wonderful photo.

    I used to live in the Brixton area and I must say the Brixton Bugle is a proper local publication, local journalism and community building.

    Keep up the good work.

    • British Pilgrimage

      Thanks Micheal, it seems like a proper paper, I quite agree.

      The best yours,