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IN THE NEWS

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REMAINS DISCOVERED AT WATERLOO

STATEMENT:

The NRWGC welcomes the news of the discovery of further human remains at Waterloo by the dedicated professionals of the Waterloo Uncovered team. We look forward to learning more about these remains, and the way in which they can further our understanding of the experiences of soldiers during this important era. As an organisation committed to the commemoration of the sacrifices of all those who served between 1775-1815, we are ready to offer any assistance that stakeholders may need, in order to facilitate the dignified reburial of these remains in due course.

Read more about the discovery here

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MAKING NATIONAL HEADLINE

The NRWGC's Board of Trustees is delighted that our efforts to restore the graves of five French Prisoners of War made both local and national features, being featured on the BBC and in The Times Newspaper.

Read the BBC News article here

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ATTEND OUR AGM

on Saturday 2nd September, the NRWGC will be holding its second Annual General Meeting, kindly hosted at the Royal Logistics Corps Museum, Worthy Down. Charity officers will report on the progress the organisation has made in the last 12 months, and the remarkable fundraising and restoration projects which have been carried out. 

The event will be preceded by a graveyard tour, led by the Charity's Chair, Dr Zack White.

If you are unable to attend in person, online ticket options are available

For full details of what's on when, and to book tickets, click here

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