The daily act of homage

The Last Post, the traditional final salute to the fallen, is played by the buglers in honour of the memory of the soldiers of the former British Empire and its allies, who died in the Ypres Salient during the First World War. It is the intention of the Last Post Association to maintain this daily act of homage in perpetuity.

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23/03/2014 - Kim Phuc

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08/03/2014 - Tracey McRory

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08/03/2014 - Air Chief Marshal Sir Joe French KCB CBE, Vice-Chairman CWGC

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25/01/2014 - Secetary of State Eric Pickles

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19/12/2013 - Special Last Post

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19/12/2013 - Special Last Post

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19/12/2013 - Special Last Post

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19/12/2013 - Special Last Post

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11/11/2013 - 08.00 PM

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11/11/2013 - 08.00 PM

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11/11/2013 - 02.30 PM

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11/11/2013 - 02.30 PM

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11/11/2013 - 02.30 PM

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11/11/2013 - 11.00 AM

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30,000 Acts of Remembrance

By the 9th July 2015 the buglers of past and present at the Menin Gate will have sounded the Last Post on 30,000 occasions. To commemorate this, the Last Post Association will publish a special edition book. We need your help!

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