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Remembrance Sunday 8/11/2020

Remembrance Sunday this year is on the 8th of November 2020.

Join us in remembering those lost in wars and also those from our families and friends lost in the last few years.

Rememberance services at All Saints

  • Sunday service
  • Remembrance at the Worship Centre
  • Remembrance at the Parish Church
Full Service 8/11/2020
Worship Center 8/11/2020
Parish Church 8/11/2020

Those we have lost recently will be remembered, in the services held on Sunday 15th November :

  • Jacqueline Simpson 2019
  • Baby Nebife 2019
  • Thomas Hannam 2019
  • June McEwan
  • Ann Walker 2019
  • Alan Ellis 2019
  • Stanley Arnold 2019
  • Frederick Kavanagh 2019
  • Shirley Matthews
  • Leonard Russell 2019
  • Robert Kinny
  • Elsie Pedder 2019
  • Olive Duggan 2019
  • Lily Easeman 2019
  • William Clark 2019
  • Dorothy Middleton 2019
  • Albert Fendick 2019
  • Leslie Leathwaite 2019
  • John Sephton 2020
  • Evelyn Oldcorn 2020
  • Amiee Shillinglaw 2020
  • Stanley Smart 2020
  • Bob Corrin 2020
  • John Jackson 2020
  • Phyllis Whitwell 2020
  • Susan Morris 2020
  • Susan Lawton 2020
  • Betty Tunstall 2020
  • Wes Lawton 2020

Those lost to war.

Memorials to the fallen 1914-1919, in the Parish Church and the Worship Centre.

“They shall grow not old,

as we that are left grow old.

Age shall not weary them,

nor the years condemn.

At the going down of the sun and in the morning

We will remember them”.

Rememberance Poem “FOR the FALLEN” Part of the poem by Robert Laurence Binyon (1869-1943), published in The Times newspaper on 21 September 1914. http://www.greatwar.co.uk/poems/laurence-binyon-for-the-fallen.htm

war memorial at the Parish Church
War Memorial Dedication 1921 Parish Church
General Service Medal
LILLE, FRANCE – JUNE 30: The grave stone of soldiers killed in the Battle of Somme line up at sunset at the Pozieres Memorial as the 90th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme approaches on June 30, 2006 in Pozieres, France. The Battle of the Somme was fought between 1 July and 18 November 1916, and claimed nearly 200,000 British lives. The British losses on the first day of the Battle of the Somme on 1 July 1916 were the Army’s worst ever for a single day. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

Let us pray for an end to war and an end to death on the comming of our Lord Jesus Christ.

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