1915 Remembrance Panels Display Ends This Week

The memory of 15 men who died one hundred years ago is honoured

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The Church of St. Michael and All Angels are researching the stories of around 120 members of the parish who lost their lives in WW1 and who are commemorated on their War Memorial plaque and the memorial seat outside St Michael & All Angels Parish Hall.

1915 Remembrance Panels Display Ends This Week

Supported by a grant from the Heritage Lottery Foundation, exhibitions about their stories are shown regularly in the church. The first was displayed over the Remembrance season in November 2014.

In 2015, they are honouring the memory of the 15 men who died in 1915 by telling their stories on 14 Remembrance panels in the Church.

The one for Cyril Austin killed at Neuve Chapelle is shown below. They will be displayed between Remembrance Sunday November 8th and Saturday November 28th 2015.


cyril austin

St Michael's Sutton Court in Elmwood Rood has been doing something similar, through its Lottery-funded Heroes of Chiswick scheme.

November 21, 2015

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