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Remembrance Sunday

The Remembrance Service is held each year at the War Memorial on Ham Hill.  It is wonderful setting with views as far as the eye can see on top of Ham Hill to remember servicemen and women who have given their lives for our country and for today's servicemen and women who are currently in action and stationed around the world.

This poignant service is organised by Jon Moore, the village's Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal Co-ordinator and is regularly attended by over 200 people, whatever the weather.  The bagpipes are played by Brian Shaw before the service and members of Stoke Silver Band play the Last Post and Reveille which echo over the hills and down into the village below.