In the unprecedented year of 2020 people still Remembered
Our District's Children were the best. Led by extremely conscientious "grown-ups", our Schools, Beaver Lodge, Cub Scouts and Scouts held their own ceremonies at different times but all remembered and in their own way successfully kept the traditions of Remembrancetide, as the RBL now likes to call this time of year. You'll note there's a dog in the line-up of Boddington School's attendees at their ceremony on 11th of the 11th at 1100... That's Monty, he's a Member of Staff and their Wellbeing Officer.
Others around our District showed their support by creating their own wreaths, and decorating their windows for all to see. The night before, even our street artist was painting away. Many people appeared in their doorways to publicly observe the silence and others watched and listened, because there was a good deal of media coverage of events around our nation.
In the image of Boddington School's Childrens' wreaths against the altar of their church of St. John the Baptist above, the book on that altar (ringed) is an official War Memorial and has a page dedicated to each of Boddington's fallen.