Remembrance Day 2020

Due to the pandemic our usual Remembrance Service had to be limited to only key figures unfortunately. We wanted to share how we marked the day with you all, and here are some photographs from the service.
Lest we forget.
Chairman John Housley and Vice Chair John Brownrigg with Vicar Rick Stordy

Chairman John Housley and Vice Chair John Brownrigg with Vicar Rick Stordy

Chairman John Housley laying the wreath of Poppies

Chairman John Housley laying the wreath of Poppies

Vice Chair John Brownrigg laying the wreath of poppies

Vice Chair John Brownrigg laying the wreath of poppies

Royal British Legion member laying a cross for remembrance.

Anthony Roebuck from the Royal British Legion laying a cross for remembrance.

 

 

 

Cheer For Heroes

Cheer For Heroes
 
Join with us, on Sunday 8th November your own street, for the Cheer for Heroes at 11am that day. Due to the Pandemic we cannot mark Remembrance day as we normally would unfortunately.
So rather like the Clap for Carers earlier in the year, simply come out onto your doorstep or street with your neighbours, and…
1. Listen for the Last Post, sounded from Chapeltown Park
2. Keep 1 minute’s silence, then
3. Cheer three times, (‘hip hip, hurray’) or make a loud noise, to give thanks for our heroes.

Cheer For Hero’s

Cheer For Hero’s
 
Join with us, on Sunday 8th November your own street, for the Cheer for Heroes at 11am that day. Due to the Pandemic we cannot mark Remembrance day as we normally would unfortunately.
So rather like the Clap for Carers earlier in the year, simply come out onto your doorstep or street with your neighbours, and…
1. Listen for the Last Post, sounded from Chapeltown Park
2. Keep 1 minute’s silence, then
3. Cheer three times, (‘hip hip, hurray’) or make a loud noise, to give thanks for our heroes.