Memorial garden open for Armistice Day service

Thamesway Housing and Woking Borough Council had completed the majority of the new memorial garden in time for our annual Armistice Day service and we must say thank you for creating such a space within the centre of the village, especially the dry stone wall and appropriate wording.

The service was led by leaders of our local churches with readings from children from St.Hugh’s of Lincoln and Knaphill schools. We also had a guard of honour from Pirbright Barracks.

Once the memorial garden is complete  our local Councillors will organize an official opening and service of dedication.

Patio with loose stone wall and embossed message on stone

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