Pupils, veterans' organisations and members of the public will visit the garden to lay commemorative symbols or remembrance in the garden which is organised by the Stockton Branch of the Durham Light Infantry, Light Infantry and Rifles Association.
What does DLI stand for?
DLI stands for Durham Light Infantry (Regiment of the British Army)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Durham Light Infantry Sgt George Thompson disobeyed orders to have his faithful charge shot after it took ill.
Formed In 1881 The Durham Light Infantry saw action in nearly every major campaign since their formation, including in Egypt and against the Boers in South Africa, as well as serving in both World Wars, the Korean War and in Borneo.
The exhibition, which opens at the Durham Light Infantry Museum and Durham Art Gallery on November 29, was inspired by one maker's repeated inability to produce for the second time a particular finish of glaze on a range of ceramic tiles.
Two notes in a green Clayton's of Southampton ginger beer bottle were written by Durham Light Infantry Private Thomas Hughes as he headed for the battlefields of France in 1914.
A FORMER Corporal of Durham Light Infantry has passed away at the age of 67.
Stanhope-born Peter Hart returns to the Durham Light Infantry Museum and Durham Art Gallery on Saturday, November 22, for a talk entitled Not Again: The German attack on the Aisne, May 1918.
From tomorrow until May 31 the straw figures will line the walkway from Durham's county hall to the Durham Light Infantry Museum.