WW1 commemoration


100 Years of Remembrance in Hanwood

A Centenary Celebration Tea at the Cock Inn

Saturday 10 November 2018 3pm – 5pm

A traditional ‘period’ afternoon tea will be served; there will be an exhibition of Hanwood’s contribution to the war, including a ‘man behind the name’ exhibition of who the person on the roll of honour was.  Plus a brass band playing period songs, and readings of poetry and testimonies.

There is no charge for the above which is being put on by St Thomas’ Church.

If you would like to be involved, help in any way or have any memories, photographs or artefacts to show others, please contact Revd David Moss on 860270.

On Sunday 11 November at 10.30am - A traditional but

‘special’ Act of Remembrance at St. Thomas’ Church

On 4 August 1918, a national day of prayer was called by King George V, this too is being celebrated as the first day of 100 days of prayer across the country, running until Armistice Day in November. Every day there will be prayers and actions for peace.