Herald readers have been asked to help in a tribute to former Morpeth students who died in the First World War.
King Edward VI School is planning a remembrance service at its war memorial on Monday, November 10, to commemorate the men who gave their lives.
There will be a display of panels about the war, and an appeal has been issued for photographs of the men listed on the monument to include.
To prepare for the service, Azure Charitable Enterprises, which provides training and employment for people with disabilities, has been restoring the garden at the memorial.
The names on the memorial are as follows: JN Armstrong, E Armstrong, H Baker, G Barnfather, JC Bell, H Brown, JW Brown, LC Bulkeley, GFH Charlton, WG Charlton, J Clark, RR Cooper, R Cowans, GC Crake, J Davidson, J Davies, M Dunn, R Dunn, TA Dunn, O Earnshaw, B Foster, D Ellis, J Forbes, O Garvie, J Gibson, JC Goulding, J Graham, JI Grey, D Hepburn, C Hoey, T Hood, E Ineson, HT Jackson, WL James, EG Lawson, J Loughran, E Matheson, PW McClagon, HH Middlemiss, J Middlemiss, L Molden, HJ Mowlam, GF Murphy, R Oliver, AJ Pick, RF Pratt, JL Reay, W Reay, A Ross, L Shepherd, TC Smyth, H Smyth, ML Studdy, WW Swan, JHC Swinney, NA Swinney, H Tait, T Taylor, JN Treble, WJ Weatherley, WW Winn and SA Wright.
Anyone who can provide photographs should call Sheila Clark on 01670 519373 or email email@example.com