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16 November 2021


Stanhoe villagers remember the fallen.

The fallen of the two twentieth-century World Wars were remembered at Stanhoe war memorial on Sunday 14 November.

photo: Pamela Austin

Stanhoe war memorial, November 2021

Stanhoe war memorial

With more than 20 people in attendance, the short service was conducted as usual by the Reverend Peter Cook, Rector of the Benefice and Honorary Chaplain of the Sedgeford & District branch of the Royal British Legion. The standard bearer of the Sedgeford & District branch of the Royal British Legion, Steve Greef, was in attendance with the branch standard.

The names of the fallen were read by Bill Husselby, and wreaths were laid by Eric Jackson, for Stanhoe parish, and by Julia Walton, representing Stanhoe & Barwick WI, in the absence of the president who was unable to attend. Bill also recited the exhortation.

Following the short ceremony, most of those present proceeded to All Saints’ church, for the moving Remembrance Day service there.

Posted by: Charles
Posted on: 16 November 2021