Children lead Remembrance service

PUPILS led a moving Remembrance service at Great Horwood CofE school.
The public were invited in for the event where a roll of honour of those killed in the First World War was read out. “We are a small village of 400 houses,” said Jo Waggott, a learning support assistant at the Buckinghamshire school. “13 young men were killed in the First World War. Children stood up as the names of those men were read out. There were so many links with the community, it was very moving. Children had made their own wreath and each class made a poppy which was displayed during the event. “We had a two minute silence and everyone was very solemn as they left,” added Jo.

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