From the BBC
Special paving stones will be laid in the home towns of every UK soldier awarded the Victoria Cross as part of 2014's World War I centenary events.
The specially-commissioned stones will be given to councils in the areas where the VC recipients were born.
A total of 28 will be unveiled next year to commemorate medals awarded in 1914 and others will be laid in every year up to 2018.
Plans to restore war memorials around the country have also been announced.
Help will be given to local communities and a website will be launched so people around the UK can obtain funding and support to ensure all memorials are in good condition by November 2018.
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