People are remembering the 100th anniversary of the First World War this weekend.
One of the most successful aspects of all the community-work being done to remember the conflict is that of trying to find all the country's war memorials, clean them up, and, in many cases, try to discover more about the men and women whose names are actually on the memorials.
It has not been easy to identify these dead just by their names, as collective memories have faded, and some official records are even missing - yet communities have been making concerted efforts to find out who these people were who left their villages and towns never to return alive.
Kinver War Memorial is an odd one. It is out on the heath, far from any residences, and one wonders why it was put there. But I am sure the local community groups are researching the names on it too.