Video: School children remember the fallen at Lincoln Bomber Command memorial

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Over 100 local primary school children joined Bomber Command veterans, representatives from the Royal British Legion and International Bomber Command centre staff on Remembrance Day.

The group laid poppies on the walls at the spire memorial on Canwick Hill in Lincoln in tribute to fallen soldiers.

Joining the children at the service on Friday, November 11, was representatives from Youngsters, a group of young singers whose single Tears of the World has been raising funds for the ongoing IBCC project.

The record was officially released alongside Armistice Day.

Children were provided with information sheets including photographs and biographies of a number of people they were marking at the memorial walls.

They then took part in a service of remembrance including the Royal British Legion Standard and bu, wreath laying and flypast GR4 Tornado from 9 Squadron, RAF Marham.

See also our gallery from the service at the Lincoln High Street Memorial.