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VE Day Remembrance

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Simon & Gill Bedding conducted a very moving Remembrance Ceremony at the war memorial, Church End, on VE Day, Friday morning, 8th May 2020.

Given the Covid restrictions, this event was not advertised, but those who happened to be passing while on their daily exercise stopped to honour the fallen and to join in the poignant moment of reflection.

The ceremony was wonderfully and sensitively conducted — our sincere thanks to Simon & Gill.

(More photographs in the GALLERIES section)

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