On Sunday 11th November 2018, it is the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War (Armistice Day). In August 2014 we, as a community, commemorated the start of WW1 and in November this year we intend to remember and celebrate the end of the War.
There will be a special Remembrance Day service at St James Church (starting at 10.50am), followed by lunch at the Community Hall at 12.30.
TICKETS must be reserved (pay on the door) or purchased before the event at £10 per adult (£5 for under-12s). Please contact Tim Miller email@example.com, Nigel Watson firstname.lastname@example.org or Marj Lang email@example.com
The lunch will be WW1-themed, including a display of some of our relatives who fought in the War, poppies, ‘Tommies’, good old British food and WW1 music.
If you are a local vegetable-grower, we would love you to donate some vegetables to the lunch. We will need carrots, potatoes (for mash), leeks, celery, parsnips, swede, celeriac, onions, seasonal greens, frozen blackberries and bottled/preserved tomatoes. Please contact Marj Lang on firstname.lastname@example.org to co-ordinate contributions.
The Hall is limited to 60 for lunch and places will be offered on a first come, first served basis. Please reserve/purchase your tickets ASAP. Tim Miller Co-ordinator.