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I am afraid that the terrible Coronavirus emergency and consequent Government guidance means that we must advise participants to cancel or postpone the majority of the VE Day 75 community celebrations due to take place on the bank holiday weekend of 8th – 10th May. It is right and proper that people should be kept safe and healthy.

My sincere thanks to the many thousands who registered their involvement and events and were looking forward to celebrating VE Day 75 is the ways planned. I know how disappointed you will be that these cannot go ahead as planned. However we are sill encouraging solo buglers/trumpeters/cornet players to play the Last Post at 2.55pm from the safety of their homes, along with the Pipers undertaking Battle’s O’er and VE 75 years at 3pm local time in the country they are in, as well as Town Criers, Crying out for Peace at 6.55pm in a similar way too on the 8th May 2020.

While the Pipers are playing Battle’s O’er, and the recorded speech by Prime Minister Churchill is being broadcast by the BBC into our homes at 3pm on the 8th May, we would still like to encourage the people of our great country and abroad to stand at 3pm within the safety of their living rooms, front or back gardens, outside their front doors or balconies if they have one, and undertake the Nation’s Toast to the Heroes of WW II, using the following words. “TO THOSE WHO GAVE SO MUCH, WE THANK YOU,” using this unique opportunity to pay tribute to the many millions at home and abroad that gave so much to ensure we can all enjoy the freedom we share today.

We are delighted to confirm that Dame Joan Collins accepted my invitation to join in on the Toast, and will be leading the ‘Nation’s Toast’ on behalf of the women of the nation from the balcony of her apartment in London at 3pm on the 8th May 2020.

Dame Joan said: “We must never forget the selflessness of all those who sacrificed so much to keep us free during WW II. This is why I immediately joined up to support the Nation’s Toast. This meaningful gesture recognises the importance of not only the brave veterans who fought on the front lines but also the courageous women who put their lives in the line for this nation’s struggle.”

However, you could take part in celebrations safely from home by joining your BBC Local Radio station initiative in making your own VE Day Great British Bunting. Download everything you need at bbc.co.uk/makeadifference

The Royal British Legion is calling on people across the UK to join in a moment of reflection and Remembrance at 11am on Friday 8th May, the 75th Anniversary of VE Day, and pause for a Two Minute Silence. I hope that we will all support this aspect of VE Day from the safety of our homes too.

Bruno Peek LVO OBE OPR
Pageantmaster VE Day 75

VE DAY 75 CANCELLATION ADVICE

I am afraid that the terrible Coronavirus emergency and consequent Government guidance means that we must advise participants to cancel or postpone the majority of the VE Day 75 community celebrations due to take place on the bank holiday weekend of 8th – 10th May. It is right and proper that people should be kept safe and healthy.

My sincere thanks to the many thousands who registered their involvement and events and were looking forward to celebrating VE Day 75 is the ways planned. I know how disappointed you will be that these cannot go ahead as planned. However we are sill encouraging solo buglers/trumpeters/cornet players to play the Last Post at 2.55pm from the safety of their homes, along with the Pipers undertaking Battle’s O’er and VE 75 years at 3pm local time in the country they are in, as well as Town Criers, Crying out for Peace at 6.55pm in a similar way too on the 8th May 2020.

While the Pipers are playing Battle’s O’er, and the recorded speech by Prime Minister Churchill is being broadcast by the BBC into our homes at 3pm on the 8th May, we would still like to encourage the people of our great country and abroad to stand at 3pm within the safety of their living rooms, front or back gardens, outside their front doors or balconies if they have one, and undertake the Nation’s Toast to the Heroes of WW II, using the following words. “TO THOSE WHO GAVE SO MUCH, WE THANK YOU,” using this unique opportunity to pay tribute to the many millions at home and abroad that gave so much to ensure we can all enjoy the freedom we share today.

We are delighted to confirm that Dame Joan Collins accepted my invitation to join in on the Toast, and will be leading the ‘Nation’s Toast’ on behalf of the women of the nation from the balcony of her apartment in London at 3pm on the 8th May 2020.

Dame Joan said: “We must never forget the selflessness of all those who sacrificed so much to keep us free during WW II. This is why I immediately joined up to support the Nation’s Toast. This meaningful gesture recognises the importance of not only the brave veterans who fought on the front lines but also the courageous women who put their lives in the line for this nation’s struggle.”

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However, you could take part in celebrations safely from home by joining your BBC Local Radio station initiative in making your own VE Day Great British Bunting. Download everything you need at bbc.co.uk/makeadifference

The Royal British Legion is calling on people across the UK to join in a moment of reflection and Remembrance at 11am on Friday 8th May, the 75th Anniversary of VE Day, and pause for a Two Minute Silence. I hope that we will all support this aspect of VE Day from the safety of our homes too.

Bruno Peek LVO OBE OPR
Pageantmaster VE Day 75
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VE DAY 75 CANCELLATION ADVICE

I am afraid that the terrible Coronavirus emergency and consequent Government guidance means that we must advise participants to cancel or postpone the majority of the VE Day 75 community celebrations due to take place on the bank holiday weekend of 8th – 10th May. It is right and proper that people should be kept safe and healthy.

My sincere thanks to the many thousands who registered their involvement and events and were looking forward to celebrating VE Day 75 is the ways planned. I know how disappointed you will be that these cannot go ahead as planned. However we are sill encouraging solo buglers/trumpeters/cornet players to play the Last Post at 2.55pm from the safety of their homes, along with the Pipers undertaking Battle’s O’er and VE 75 years at 3pm local time in the country they are in, as well as Town Criers, Crying out for Peace at 6.55pm in a similar way too on the 8th May 2020.

While the Pipers are playing Battle’s O’er, and the recorded speech by Prime Minister Churchill is being broadcast by the BBC into our homes at 3pm on the 8th May, we would still like to encourage the people of our great country and abroad to stand at 3pm within the safety of their living rooms, front or back gardens, outside their front doors or balconies if they have one, and undertake the Nation’s Toast to the Heroes of WW II, using the following words. “TO THOSE WHO GAVE SO MUCH, WE THANK YOU,” using this unique opportunity to pay tribute to the many millions at home and abroad that gave so much to ensure we can all enjoy the freedom we share today.

We are delighted to confirm that Dame Joan Collins accepted my invitation to join in on the Toast, and will be leading the ‘Nation’s Toast’ on behalf of the women of the nation from the balcony of her apartment in London at 3pm on the 8th May 2020.

Dame Joan said: “We must never forget the selflessness of all those who sacrificed so much to keep us free during WW II. This is why I immediately joined up to support the Nation’s Toast. This meaningful gesture recognises the importance of not only the brave veterans who fought on the front lines but also the courageous women who put their lives in the line for this nation’s struggle.”

However, you could take part in celebrations safely from home by joining your BBC Local Radio station initiative in making your own VE Day Great British Bunting. Download everything you need at bbc.co.uk/makeadifference

The Royal British Legion is calling on people across the UK to join in a moment of reflection and Remembrance at 11am on Friday 8th May, the 75th Anniversary of VE Day, and pause for a Two Minute Silence. I hope that we will all support this aspect of VE Day from the safety of our homes too.

Bruno Peek LVO OBE OPR
Pageantmaster VE Day 75

You are welcome to download any of these documents to help in the organisation of your events and activities for VE Day 75.

The Certificate of Participation was designed by students from Cliff Park Ormiston Academy, Gorleston-on-Sea, Norfolk.

Click on the link to begin the process.

VE Day 75 LogoTerms of Use

Please note the logo can be used free of charge if you are organising an event as part of VE Day 75. However, if your company wishes to use the VE Day 75 Logo for use on product packaging or marketing collateral for commercial activity purposes; a license fee will apply.

For official license approval – please call Bruno Peek at 07737 262 913 or email at [email protected]

  • VE Day 75 Logo
  • The Nation’s Toast to the Heroes of World War 2
  • A Cry for Peace Around the World
  • British Beer & Pub Association Pub Toolkit
  • VE 75 Years Music – VE 75 Years Music (plain white background) – VE 75 Years Music (BWW)
  • Tribute to the Millions
  • Certificate of Grateful Recognition (General)
  • Certificate of Grateful Recognition (Round Table & 41 Club)
  • Certificate of Grateful Recognition (Rotary Great Britain & Ireland)
  • Certificate of Grateful Recognition (Merchant Navy Association)
  • Bruno Peek LVO OBE OPR – Pageantmaster VE Day 75
  • Poem by Peter Wyton: Unmentioned in Despatches

A Nations Toast Resources

'Jive like it’s 1945 with Dance for VE Day'

This May, English Heritage is getting England swing dancing to celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day. Over the bank holiday weekend we’ll be sending out our dance experts to help individuals and local groups across the 48 counties of England, to learn how to Lindy Hop in true 1940s fashion. They’ll then take to town squares, city streets and village halls to showcase their new skills at community celebrations.

Anyone can apply to be part of Dance for VE Day, whether you’re having a knees up in a Nissen hut or a party in the park, and we’re especially interested to hear from you if you’re planning to get the whole community involved in your celebrations, regardless of age, ability, background or belief.

All you need to do is to fill in the application form on the English heritage website: https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/VE-Day by 5pm on March 8th 2020.

After the closing date, we’ll choose one application from each county in England – and we’ll do everything we can to get you dancing in time VE Day 75.

Photographer: Andrew AB Photography
Photograph provided by Mersey Swing CIC
Dancers (left to right): Liam Craddock, Normandie Wragg, Hannah Anderson, Cat Foley, Felix von Aulock, Helen Maguire, Pippa Dawson, John Daglish, Jane Critchley, Susan Whittle.

Website: English Heritage: VE Day 75


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Join the Celebration! with English Heritage.

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Six Million Women (The Homefront Song)

Our friends Mumbo-Jumbo, close harmony singer-songwriters from Worcester, have written this special song for the Toast to the Heroes. ‘Six Million Women (The Homefront Song)’ celebrates the vital role of the Homefront in bringing peace to the nation. The song features the wonderful vocals of folk singer Edwina Hayes.
We are inviting people holding VE Day 75 events across the country to feature the song, either playing the Mumbo-Jumbo/Edwina Hayes version or performing it themselves from the instrumental or manuscript versions. Please download the song from the links below.

Website: Mumbo Jumbo


Six Million Women (The Homefront Song)

Performed by Mumbo-Jumbo featuring Edwina Hayes.

This song has been specially written by Mumbo-Jumbo for the VE Day 75 Celebrations’ Toast to the Heroes. The song celebrates the vital role of the Homefront in bringing peace to the nation. Please include its performance as part of your event. For more information on the song and performers.

Six-Million-Women-The-Homefront-Song.mp3

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https://www.veday75.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Six-Million-Women-The-Homefront-Song.mp3Heroes

Six Million Women (The Homefront Song) – Instrumental version

If you would like to perform ‘Six Million Women (The Homefront Song) at your VE Day 75 event, this instrumental version has been recorded so you can download and sing along with it as a backing track at your events. The lyrics can be downloaded with the music from the link below.

Six-Million-Women-Instro-Mix.mp3

To download: Right Click 'Save link as:'

http://www.veday75.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Six-Million-Women-Instro-Mix.mp3

Six Million Women (The Homefront Song) – Music and Lyrics

If you are planning to perform ‘Six Million Women (The Homefront Song)’ at your event here are the music and lyrics.

Six-Million-Women-Music-and-Lyrics.pdf

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