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Abigail and Bethen have designed a wonderful new Christmas card

Sending a Christmas card is a simple gesture to let someone know that they are in your thoughts at this busy time of year and we are proud to launch a very special card for 2018 to mark the centenary of the end of WW1 designed by Abigail and Bethen – both 12-years-old – from Knighton House School in Dorset.

Knighton House Christmas Card 2018 (Hi Res)

The talented pair have captured a touching Christmas reunion that so many must have hoped for one hundred years ago, but it also reminds us of veterans who are parted from their loved ones at Christmas time.

Knighton House School Headmaster, Robin Gainher, said the school is proud to support Walking With The Wounded in this important centenary year:

“As a school community we have done a number of things to commemorate those who have given their lives for our freedom and by inviting two of our talented pupils to create this card we feel proud to be supporting those who have fallen furthest since serving in our military.”

Please support those who have served by purchasing your Christmas cards here.

 

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