War Graves young ambassador

War Graves Commission youth ambassador – July 2009 from War Graves Commission on Vimeo.

Jen Waller is the Commonwealth War Graves Commission’s young ambassador from Wales. She has worked with the CWGC on work experience, after gaining an interest on a school trip to Thiepval.

Good on her!



Filed under Remembrance, World War One, World War Two

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