In order to lay the usual wreaths on Sunday, Richard May on behalf of the Parish Council and Pam Smith on behalf of the WI, will carry the wreaths to the War Memorial, leaving the cross roads at 10.50 and keeping two metres apart down the road.
At the War Memorial, the words of Remembrance will be said and the wreaths will be laid. This will then be followed by the two minute silence at 11 o’clock.
The words of the Kohima Epitaph will end the ceremony. We will then return up the village.
We would ask you not to attend the ceremony so that the Government guidelines can be observed, as otherwise we would have to prepare risk assessments, etc.
Those along the route are welcome to observe from their doorsteps.
Anyone who wishes to lay a personal wreath or cross is, of course, welcome to do so but are asked to wait until the road is clear (about 11.10).