We will remember them

They may no longer be with us – the last of their number, Harry Patch, died in 2009, aged 111 – but we will remember them.
Around the country including Graveley thousands of people will pay tribute on Sunday to those who died on foreign soil or at sea for their country, and those at home who endured the anguish and hardship of global war.

On the 100th anniversary of the Armistice events will take place in every corner of the British Isles to commemorate the sacrifice of a generation during the First World War, which only came to an end at 11am on November 11, 1918, after an almost incalculable loss of life.

Please do join us at 6.00pm this evening for the service and act of remembrance in the church.