Rutland Remembers Blog

Sharing the latest news and views from the Rutland Remembers team.

  • Battle of the Somme Remembered

    1st July '14 What we like to do at Rutland Remembers is to draw attention to particular soldiers or to days when several of our soldiers died. We do this by Twitter and Facebook...
  • One month on

    15th June '14 Rutland Remembers launched one month ago today. And today we had a space at the Mobilisation event at Kendrew Barracks where we could meet many of you who have used the website and introduce the site to many new people...
  • Welcome to Rutlander 601

    19th May '14 Today we were contacted by the relatives of another soldier killed in the First World War and until now not known and not commemorated outside his family...
  • Welcome to Rutland Remembers

    15th May '14 Welcome to our website “Rutland Remembers”, launched today – 15 May 2014. This website though is for you. We want you to enjoy it, but we also want you to add to the living history that we have here...
  • Thankful Villages

    14th May '14 Teigh is generally regarded as a Thankful Village which means it didn’t lose any of its men in the Great War. A plaque in the church gives thanks for the safe return of eleven men and two women who came home unscathed...
Albert Page of Uppingham answered Lord Kitchener’s call & enlisted in November 1914, aged 21. He served at Vimy & l… https://t.co/zU7biTi9rU 8:27 PM Sep 15th