Remembrance Sunday

November 8th 2020

Remembrance Sunday Service

St. Mary Magdalene’s will hold a service on Zoom at 10 am. You should receive an invitation if we have your details from previous Zoom Sunday Services. If you have not joined in before, e-mail andyfroud@gmail.com for an invitation

Marking Remembrance Sunday from your home

Due to the lockdown we may not hold a service in church or go to the War Memorial at the Castle. Instead, we can  stand on our doorsteps at 11 am to remember all those who have died in both World Wars and many other conflicts.

The Town Council have arranged a very short service at the war memorial incorporating the two minutes’ silence at 11.00 am. Attendance at the service at the war memorial in the Castle Grounds will be restricted to wreath layers only and social distancing measures will be observed. The war memorial area will be closed to members of the public so as to avoid a mass gathering.

You can download an order of service for the wreath laying at the War Memorial here Town Remembrance Service and/or you can follow the service on Ribble FM or online at http://www.ribblefm.com/

Borough Printing are producing posters to remember Clitheroe soldiers who did not come home. The posters are £4.00, with £2.00 going to the Poppy Appeal.

Orders on: sales@boroughprinting.co.uk or 01200 422549 – please specify either “A4 with single figure” (approx. 12” x 8”) or “A1” (approx. 33″ x 12″)

Patricia Duxbury

About Patricia Duxbury

I have lived in Lancashire for over 30 years, the last 15 of them in Clitheroe. I'm a former teacher and a member of St. Mary Magdalene's Church. I sing in the Church choir and am in the Open Church Group.

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