Not every fact and figure finds its way into the final product in a project like the one that's resulted in this Gheluvelt: The day the Worcesters saved civilsation audio documentary.
Some are incredibly hard to leave in the notebook.
That's why much of what didn't make the final cut has found a place to live here:
How this project came together and your chance to listen to this salute to the 2nd Worcesters
How Major Edward Hankey recorded the remarkable events at Polygon Wood – Saturday, October 24, 1914 – and Gheluvelt, just seven days later
Captain Bowring led C Company in the charge on Gheluvelt Chateau. Here's how he recorded the event just a couple of years later
A little under three weeks after the historic events at Gheluvelt, Sir John French addressed the 2nd Worcesters and revealed, in no undertain terms, the edbt the nation owed to them
In the drive to ensure that the 2nd Worcesters' part in the counter-attack at Gheluvelt is restored to the public's minds, it's important not to forget the men who'd fought in the front line until the Germans finally broke through
Belgian student Evy Louwagie explains what the events of 100 years ago mean to her generation, and why
The corner of the Faithful City that is forever Gheluvelt
Why the cornflower was the original symbol of the sacrifices that were made on the battlefields of France and Flanders
The counter-attack made by the Worcesters through Polygon Wood, seven days before the action at Gheluvelt, denied the Germans their breakthrough. But it came at great cost