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Remembrance Sunday

2nd of October 2005

SERVICE AT THE VILLAGE WAR MEMORIAL
This year is the 60th anniversary of the end of World War 2 and is probably one of the last occasions when many surviving veterans are fit enough to attend the Memorial Service held at the village War Memorial in November. Therefore the Parish Council proposes that in addition to the wreaths laid by the British Legion and the Parish Council, two additional wreaths should be laid in memory of members of the Fire and Rescue Services and the women’s’ organisations (e.g. Land Army and WRVS) who contributed so much during the conflict.
I should be grateful if any resident who served in the Fire Service or one of the Rescue Services and another who served in one of the women’s’ organisations and is willing to represent their past colleagues by laying a wreath in their memory, would contact me during October. Alternatively, if any resident is the son or daughter of someone who served in this way, I should be pleased to hear from them.
Liz Holliday (01923 267483)

 
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