THROUGHOUT the last few weeks, you may have seen the members of the Harlow Council World War One (WW1) committee, hosting a stall across the town.
They have been in the Harlow Council offices, the Harvey Centre, Harlow library and many other places.
If you get a chance to purchase their book which charts the lives of all the men from the Harlow area who died, then it is well worth a read.
Copies are at Harlow Museum.
We sat down with John Bawden and asked him how the book came about and what response he has had in the lead up to the centenary of The Great War.
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