Can you help Bring Tommy Home for Christmas?

From the There But Not There organization.

Help us bring Tommy home for Christmas
We are delighted to be stocked in Peter Jones, Sloane Square and in John Lewis, Oxford Street – and we’re hoping to see our Tommies in more stores around the country soon!
18,355 people died between 12th November and 31st December 1918 from sporadic fighting, wounds sustained during the war and the influenza pandemic. After surviving the war, none of these people was able to make it home for Christmas in 1918.

This December, we want to bring Tommy home for Christmas and we need your help!

If you can volunteer at Peter Jones in Sloane Square, London or John Lewis, Oxford Street, London, please reply to this email and let us know your availability.

If you might be available to volunteer elsewhere, please let us know when and where and we’ll be in contact if we’re in a John Lewis store near you.

Remembering the 18,355
Any Tommies bought this December will come with a link to our Remembrance Wall. Here you can generate a name, from the 18,355 servicemen and women from Britain and the Commonwealth who died, to remember.

Purchase your Tommy from our website and help #BringTommyHomeForXmas.

Copyright © 2018 Remembered, All rights reserved.

Our mailing address is:
33 Ranelagh Gardens, Royal Hospital Chelsea
Royal Hospital Road, London, SW3 4SR

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