We will remember
Thank you to everyone who attended our annual Armistice Day and those who laid a wreath.
Royal British Legion
Our thanks go to Trevor Knights, President of the Winnersh and District Royal British Legion, who read the Exhortation to the Fallen and recited the Kohima Epitaph. We also thank him for his help to organise the event.
Our thanks also go to Rosemary Edgington of the Winnersh and District Royal British Legion Women’s Section for her help in organising the event.
Woodley Town Mayor
Thank you also to Woodley Town Mayor, Cllr Janet Sartorel, for her moving words, summarising the importance of Armistice Day.
“As we stand here in peace and safety, I would like to thank you for joining Woodley Town Council and the Winnersh and District Royal British Legion to pay our respects and remember all of those who have fallen; all of the wounded; and all who have served in conflicts and wars.
“Remembrance Day is the day we all remember the brave who have served and continue to serve our country during times of war, conflict and peace. We remember those who volunteered, sacrificed, served, fought and died for our freedom.
“I am honoured to represent the residents of Woodley today and I wear my poppy with pride as a symbol of remembrance and hope for a positive future and peaceful world. Thank you.”
Thank you to our photographer, Francesca Reed, a sixth form student at Waingel’s College.
Rosemary Edgington & Trevor Knights Thames Valley Police Brian Fennelly, Woodley Town Centre Manager Cllr Brian Franklin Cllr Beth Rowland (with Cllr Caroline Smith) Woodley Afternoon Women’s Institute Woodley & Earley Lions Club Poppy display by Woodley Memorial Remembrance 2022 Ronnie Goodberry