Hundreds of people have turned out in Belgium to remember soldiers from Kent killed during the Great War.
Ex-servicemen, re-enactors and the Band of the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment joined locals in the village of Tertre near Mons - at the site of a memorial to the fallen of The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment.
The West Kents were among the very first troops to see action in Europe when the war began as Derek Johnson now reports.
We speak to: Former serviceman Arthur Healey; Col Peter White of the Queen's Own Buffs Regimental Association; Chaplain Rev Keith Fazzani; Tertre villager Elena Marredda; Peter Zieminski of The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment Living History Group and Barbrara Taylor and her daughter.
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