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Commemorating the end of WW1

4 October 2018

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Commemoration marking 100 years since the end of World War One

Sunday 11th November 2018

 

We promised never to forget the nineteen young men of Troston and Great Livermere who gave their lives in the Great War. Please find time to think of them and your own relatives who experienced the grief and horror of this terrible conflict.

10.50 to 11.45 There will be a Remembrance Service in Troston in St.Mary’s Church led by Rev.Tony Redman - and a wreath laid by an Officer from the RAF Base.

12.00 to 14.30 A display in Troston Village Hall of photographs, memorabilia and biographies of the men who died and some tales of those who survived. Also Tea and Gallipoli biscuits will be served - plus crafts and a dressing up box supplied by the Suffolk Regiment Museum to keep younger children entertained.

Please come along and let’s honour the memory of these brave young men.