Such a poignant day has to be remembered in a special way and these missie and master gnots decided to pitch their tent in the back garden so they could be in the tent for the hour of “lights out” at 10pm.
They are taking full advantage of the weather and school holidays to commemorate a day that all children should be reminded of every year. This year is even more special, marking 100 years to the day that Britain entered the First World War.
They have allowed themselves torches and some naughty nibbles to make it a true adventure, but they will take time to reflect on the victims of war and the thousands that never came back. With their mums and dads they will talk about how lucky they are to be here today and how many brave souls sacrificed their lives to ensure Britain could be free.
The world of missie and master gnot isn’t just about having fun and adventure, it’s about learning, reading, exploring and listening to the world around us. All missie and master gnots want to make the world a better place.
They had to get the big tent out to fit them all into – it will be very cosy that’s for sure. The dogs are allowed to sleep in the tent too, so it really will be a night to remember because the dogs are not allowed on beds normally.