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Meet Private Reginald Tweedy; a local Lynn lad who many of you bump into when walking into town through South Clough Lane from St James Multi-Storey car park. Reginald gave his life on 11th August 1917 in Flanders aged just 19. His story is on the plaque situated close to where he now stands. Please spare a few seconds with Reginald as you pass so that he knows that you will never forget

Meet Private Reginald Tweedy; a local Lynn lad who many of you bump into when walking into town through South Clough Lane from St James Multi-Storey car park. Reginald gave his life on 11th August 1917 in Flanders aged just 19. His story is on the plaque situated close to where he now stands. Please spare a few seconds with Reginald as you pass so that he knows that you will never forget

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