Here's our next look back at a local story from the First World War selected and told by schoolchildren from across the region.
We all know about the huge losses incurred in the First World War. But what you might not have heard about are those rare places in the country that did not lose a single life during the conflict.
They are known as the Thankful Villages and the Anglia region has six of them:
- Culpho and South Elmham St Michael in Suffolk.
- Strethall in Essex.
- Puttenham in Hertfordshire.
- East Carlton and Woodend in Northamptonshire.
This School Report was sent to us by Year 8 at Sir John Leman High School in Beccles in Suffolk and it tells the story of the Thankful Villages.
The judges of the First World War Centenary school report project have announced which reports will appear on ITV News Anglia
If you missed the launch of our schools project to mark the centenary of the start of the First World War, then you can catch up here.
Has your school discovered a tale from the First World War that you would like to tell the ITV News Anglia viewers?