Last November, I placed a framed photograph of a friend I lost in Iraq on the cenotaph in Worcester. Within the frame, I included a small card explaining who he was and that he was killed in action. Now, 7 months later, the picture is still there. Sometimes people leave flowers, and people I have never told about it have mentioned it in conversation. To raise awareness and respect for our dead, I propose that when a soldier from a certain recruiting area is killed, each member of the site from that area - providing they're able - print their picture from the MoD site, place it in a frame with an information card and leave it at their local cenotaph. Who's with me?