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WW1 Centenary

by Michael Ford last modified 16 Apr, 2018 05:01 PM

Resources and links for commemorating the First World War.

Updated Listing Friday 2 and Saturday 3 November: WW1 Centenary
'They Went to War': a Nadder Valley Remembrance concert in Dinton Village Hall, SP3 5EB
An evening of music, song, readings and poetry of the First World War, featuring General Sir Jack Deverell, the Wilton Royal British Legion Band and the ‘Valley Choir’ from Fovant.
The evening celebrates the service of the men and women of the Nadder Valley who went to war in 1914 and to commemorate the lives of those who didn’t return.
Tickets will be available Wednesday 1 August 2018. Dinton Village Hall has capacity seating for about 200, so book early!
Flyer here
Briefing here
Inquiries to Paul Cordle via 01747 820635, 07780 683746 or 

Updated Listing Notice regarding the WW1 Centenary:
The national church plans to commemorate the end of the First World War – specifically, the end of hostilities on the Western Front.

A number of departments are currently putting together liturgical resources for services, digital content to be shared online and other resources from organisations we are involved with. Click here for official CofE resources.

Bible Society 'Hear My Cry' RE scheme of work here

Royal British Legion 'Hear My Cry' resources here

Family-friendly Remembrance resources here 

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