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Patricia Lee is working with children in Liverpool to create scultures of the city's landscape.
Visions of tenements and cobbled streets mark Danny's walk to work through Everton Brow.
Lucy, Beth and Hannah hang around parks because there is nothing else for young people to do.
Ben, Sam and Matty talk about how camping in harsh conditions helps to build strong freindships.
Hannah thinks friends are like Jelly Babies, they come in all shapes, sizes and colours.
Meg talks about how her mother coped when her father returned from a WWII Prisoner of War.
Ste reflects on a recent visit to the French town of Givenchy which was destroyed during WWI.
Ashley talks about visiting a memorial in northern France where thousands died during WWI.
Bill Sergeant talks about why it is important to continue to remember those who fought in WWI.
Perry is a Scouser through and through, but he feels very strongly about his cultural roots.
Fenfen is passionate about dancing and her heroine is Lady Liping Yang.
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