In January of 2010 a single coffin travelled through the Market town of Wootton Basset.
It stopped in the centre of the high street by the war memorial and was observed by one local who saluted its presence. It's journey was almost at an end.
This was to be the start of an extraordinary period of time for a small Wiltshire town.
What was chosen as a place for the repatriation and 'Homecoming' of the soldiers who had given their lives for the nation was about to become 'JOURNEYS END', a place of focus for the families who had suffered an ultimate sacrifice.