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A digital pause for Armistice Day

For the first time this year, The Royal British Legion is introducing a so-called 'digital pause' for Armistice Day .

It's part of a plan to encourage more people to take part in Remembrance services by staying off social media - and honouring the two minute silence.

A poignant reminder of those who lost their lives
Cadets will be putting down their devices to honour the fallen

Derek Johnson went to meet a group of young cadets from Kent who will be among those honouring the fallen.

Members of Genesis Youth Centre in Southampton have been creating an artwork showing the poppy fields that came to symbolise the fallen of the Great War.

Creating a poppy field

They've been discussing how some people don't respect the two minute silence on Remembrance Day because they are distracted by phones and social media.