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  ED’S NOTE – Right back when A Giving Tribute was nobbut a concept, we loved the idea. Since those early days its creator, Liz Mowatt, has developed, trimmed and simplified her offer. She has persevered with the sort of grit and tenacity you’ve got to take your hat off
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Adam Le Fondre celebrates his goal for Reading against Crawley in the FA Cup third round on Saturday. 
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  Posted by Kitty I braved the crowds this morning to go shopping in Windsor. I bought my mum a Christmas present. All perfectly normal you might be thinking. Except that she died several years ago. As I walked past the Dogs Trust charity stall with its banners inviting people to
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        Four headstones from Mexico, all genuine. Hat tip to Colin Moore. 
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in memory… from Andras Schram on Vimeo.   Andras Schram, the maker, says: 7 years ago I lost my grand father, I was unable to make it to his funeral as I was travelling. The first moment I had a chance I visited his grave. It was late fall in
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  A decorated human skull or Natita is carried out of the Cementerio Generals chapel and to the Natitas Festival at the largest cemetery in La Paz, Bolivia – Picture: Juan Karita/AP/Daily Telegraph pictures of the week.  From Wikipedia: Dia de los ñatitas (“Day of the Skulls”) is a festival celebrated in La Paz, Bolivia,
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  Carla Conte is holding an exhibition in late January 2013. The title is Graveland. The venue is the Crypt Gallery, London.  Graveland takes a curious look at cemeteries and tributes from around the world, exploring ways we remember, through photography & art. Photography, stories, objects and decorations will show
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  Remembrance Day window at Sussex Funeral Service sent in by the proprietor, Philip Evans. Thank you, Philip! Any more good windows out there? Do, please, send your pics in. 
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    A small selection of memorial decals as worn by US cars — a custom which has yet to cross the Atlantic.
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Posted by Eleanor Whitby I was wandering around a churchyard on that one sunny  summer’s day, as you do, and came upon a few really lovely headstones. The first was surrounded by a burst of colour in a green area of flat memorials in the council owned section – I