Since 2014 the people of Stockton on Tees have been remembering those from the town affected by the 'Great War' of 100 years ago.
By learning lessons from our past we have tried to tackle problems of the present
and plan for challenges of the future.
The people of Stockton on Tees came together to remember the 1,245 men and boys listed in the town's Book of Remembrance who had lost their lives in World War One. We called that project 1245 Sunflowers.
Find out more about 1245 Sunflowers here >>
The town came together again to raise awareness of the one in four living with mental illness and addiction.
Find out more about One Red Sunflower here>>
The focus turned to the town's young people and the Edelweiss project.
Find out more about Edelweiss here>>
We remembered the tragic tale of George Hunter.
Find out more about Just Like George here>>
100 years after the end of the "war to end all wars" we concluded our commemorations.