A village in Bedfordshire has launched an ambitious project to place a poppy on the graves of every serviceman listed on its war memorial.
The judges of the First World War Centenary school report project have announced which reports will appear on ITV News Anglia
A new exhibition is honouring the men who risked their lives during the first world war by manning the country's lifeboats around the coast.
The possessions of a World War One soldier packed away in a leather suitcase for almost a century have been opened for the first time.
The belongings his family found too painful to look at reveal a glimpse of life at war for Private Ted Ambrose, who lived in Wallington near Baldock in Hertfordshire.
Click below to watch Sarah Beecroft's report.
The appeal for stories for the ITV News Anglia ‘First World War Centenary - School Report’ project is now closed.
We’ve had some wonderful stories sent in from schools and children from all over the region and our judges are looking forward to reading them all before deciding which will be selected to be turned into a report to appear on ITV News Anglia nearer the centenary of the Great War, this summer.
We will reveal the final list here on the website at midday on Friday 28 February and on the ITV News Anglia programme at 6pm.
Schools and pupils wanting to get involved with ITV News Anglia's First World War Centenary School Report have until Monday to send their story ideas to us.
As the country gets ready to mark 100 years since the outbreak of hostilities in the summer of 1914, ITV News Anglia is challenging the region’s schoolchildren to share their communities’ stories.
Send us your idea and, if you are one of the selected primary or secondary schools, we will provide you with a cameraman, a producer and a few tips – but the rest is down to you.
To find out more, click here.
It began nearly a century ago, but the impact of the First World War remains strong and this week as usual the country came to a standstill on the anniversary of the armistice.
Next year, commemorations will be held, to mark a hundred years since the conflict began.
It's against that backdrop that schools in our region and right across the country are being asked to join a project looking at how the Great War is taught.
Click below to watch a report from Helen Ford
If you think your school would like to get involved in this history project then there's still time.
The closing date is 1 December and for more information just follow the links below.