In Memory...



We dedicate this page and place to the memory of all those we have loved and lost, This page  marks also Remembrance Sunday and other events we pay tribute to. It is with the creation of this page, that our meditations and prayers may reach out to you and to all who seek help where despair and grief encircle.


Dear all...

Today, Friday 9th April, we announce sad news...

It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen has announced the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle.

The Royal Family join with people around the world in mourning his loss. Further announcements will be made in due course. Visit http://royal.uk to read the announcement in full.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Her Majesty and family at this time of mourning.

The funeral of HRH Prince Philip was held at Windsor Castle on Saturday 17th April at 3:00 PM and witnessed on Television.

At such a sad time for HRH Queen Elizabeth II and her family, our prayers are with  all who seek them.  

May the heavenly father and the Prince of Peace watch over all who grieve and mourn at this time, Support Queen Elizabeth II through her time of sorrow and show her your true light.

Amen.

Black & White image of The Prince Philip.



Join The National Day of Reflection - Tuesday 23rd March 2021

We invite all who visit this page to join with us in holding a minute's silence at 12:01 on Tuesday 23rd March 2021, in memory of those who sadly lost the fight against COVID19 and for the families of all those departed.

We invite you to light candles in memory, plant flowers, or do what is within your heart to remember those who have suffered, those who have sadly left us and those still grieving and in despair. Pray with us on this day that we may one day see the sun light, the glory of our earth and our faith strengthened in Jesus' name. 






“Tomorrow, you will maybe find everything be much better than today. Tomorrow will be a good day."

In Commemoration of
Capt. Sir. Tom Moore.
Born 30th April 1920 - Departed 2nd February 2021.

Today, we remember and mourn the loss of a true and great hero, a gentleman who survived the 2nd world war, achieved many great and wonderful things and within the year before his graceful departure from our earth, he gave the greatest of all gifts... Inspiration, Courage, Compassion, Confidence as well as supporting our NHS with fundraising of nearly £33 Million within a very short time.

Sir. Tom, Thank you for being a genuine and courageous inspiration to us all. Your life, your story and your actions have touched the hearts of us all, you have made a unique and memorable difference to so many and given hope where there is fear. Although you lost the battle with COVID19, you fought with honour, courage, faith and dignity.

The Lord bless you and keep you:
The Lord make His face to shine upon you,
To shine upon you and be gracious, and be gracious unto you.

The Lord bless you and keep you:
The Lord make His face to shine upon you,
To shine upon you and be gracious, and be gracious unto you.

The Lord lift up the light
Of His countenance upon you,
The Lord lift up the light
Of His countenance upon you,
And give you peace.

Amen.

Capt. Sir. Tom Moore sadly but bravely passed away due to CoronaVirus. He was undergoing treatment for pneumonia and responded well to treatment, sadly, the one virus he fought well against and helped a nation fight back, claimed his life. 

Our thoughts, prayers and meditations go out to his family, friends and all those close to him. We pray for strength for all who grieve at this time and we ask that the Lord takes him and holds Sir. Tom in his arms.


The marking of COVID19, 1 year today.



We remember before God those who have diedand we pray that God's love will surround all who mourn them, now and always...


Gracious God,
as we remember before you the thousands who have died,
surround us and all who mourn with your strong compassion.
Be gentle with us in our grief,
protect us from despair,
and give us grace to persevere
and face the future with hope
in Jesus Christ our risen Lord.
Amen.


 Today, we mark with sadness, 1 year to this day, 26th January 2020, where we faced our first registered  COVID19 cases in the UK. Today, we have reached a deeply disturbing and tragic marking of the number of lives lost by this virus, At today's latest record, 100,162 deaths have been recorded throughout the UK.

We went in to lockdown on the night of 23rd March 2020, the morning of 24th March, we began to realise the crisis as we were placed under lockdown. We never thought that what we were to face throughout the year, would be as it is now.

Today, more than ever, the severity of this horrific situation becomes more prevalent and that we as citizens of the United Kingdom should and must do what we can to combat this virus.


Remembrance Sunday 2020.



For this is our place and time of remembrance, For those we have loved and lost, For those we shall remember, both the living and of the departed, now and forever more. 

Amen. 
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We share with you, our Remembrance Service, to honour those we know, have known, have loved and lost, for those we do not know, who gave their lives to defend us, who committed their bravery and honour to give us the freedoms and liberties we are grateful for today. For these services recorded here, they shall be in tribute for the fallen in our many wars we have faced, from past to present, whether together or alone. May we join together as one, in tribute and in memory.  May we learn the lessons that we should share with others, so that we may be Peace Makers in our time and for generations to come. May our voices be heard to encourage peace amongst all nations, to prevent wars which change lives in sorrowful ways. May we spread our peace throughout all nations in the hope that one day, wars will be no more, torture and violence shall cease and peace shall grace all lands to all people in the hands of God, through the Prince of Peace, Jesus Christ.



On this day, we remember within our hearts: 

Thomas Anderson, 
John Ash, 
William Barnett, 
Frank Batters, 
Roy Bowes, 
George Bray, 
Walter Cook, 
Charles Cooke, 
Charles Cooper, 
John Darbey, 
Peter Davies, 
Francis Dobbins, 
Charles Duplock, 
Montague Duplock, 
William Ellis, 
Robert Evans, 
Wilfred Gibbons, 
Arthur Griffiths, 
Frederick Hardman, 
Stuart Hawkins, 
Thomas Higgins, 
Ceirog Hughes, 
James Hughes, 
John Hughes, 
Joseph Hughes, 
Matthew Hughes, 
Thomas Hughes, 
Alfred Jones, 
Arthur Jones, 
Arthur Rowland Jones, 
Arthur Saunders Jones, 
Gwilym Jones, 
Herbert Jones, 
Ivor Jones, 
John Jones, 
Roger Jones, 
Samuel Jones, 
Eric Lawton, 
Bernard Lewis, 
James Livesey, 
William MacDonald, 
Alfred Madden, 
Francis McLaren, 
Robert Mocatta, 
Joseph Owen, 
Robert Owen, 
Thomas Owen, 
William Parry, 
Sidney Pritchard, 
Samuel Pulford, 
Harold Quinney, 
Harry Randles, 
Angus Riley, 
John Roberts, 
Thomas Roberts, 
Charles Seymour, 
Matthew Staffin, 
James Thornton, 
Thomas Turner, 
Charles Williams, 
Owen Williams, 
Samuel Williams, 
Walter Williams, 
Edward Wright. 

We also pay tribute to those not known to us, both the living and of the dead. 
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These images honour the commitment of our service and our commitment to those who have served, whether they have survived, or departed our humble earth as brave heroes.
























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For the Fallen
by Laurence Binyon

With proud thanksgiving, a mother for her children,
England mourns for her dead across the sea.
Flesh of her flesh they were, spirit of her spirit,
Fallen in the cause of the free.

Solemn the drums thrill: Death august and royal
Sings sorrow up into immortal spheres.
There is music in the midst of desolation
And a glory that shines upon our tears.

They went with songs to the battle, they were young,
Straight of limb, true of eye, steady and aglow.
They were staunch to the end against odds uncounted,
They fell with their faces to the foe.

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.

They mingle not with their laughing comrades again;
They sit no more at familiar tables of home;
They have no lot in our labour of the day-time;
They sleep beyond England’s foam.

But where our desires are and our hopes profound,
Felt as a well-spring that is hidden from sight,
To the innermost heart of their own land they are known
As the stars are known to the Night;

As the stars that shall be bright when we are dust,
Moving in marches upon the heavenly plain,
As the stars that are starry in the time of our darkness,
To the end, to the end, they remain. 






From the Web Admin...

As part of this website, I wish to pay tribute to Army Veterans who came back to us from various conflicts, battle scarred and haunted by what they have gone through and witnessed. My personal dedication on this page goes to those who even today, go through the horrors of what they have suffered in the name of our Queen and Country. My prayers and thoughts are with  those brave men and women, whether with their families or alone.

Combat stress and PTSD are some of the worst things that a veteran can face, each and every day. Some may be physically injured, with PTSD also being part of their lives, whilst others suffer the mental anguish and pain, whether it's having witnessed atrocities, fellow soldiers and friends injured or their own horrors. PTSD and combat stress never leave you. You can go through days where everything is "OK" and then something can trigger a reaction, whether it's a voice, words, a scent, a sound, something seen, etc, it can set off a myriad of reactions and responses. Although I have not served (I have wanted to, but the incident which changed my life, prevented me from joining), I personally know what PTSD does to someone as I suffer from it due to an incident which changed my life forever, an incident where the scars can be seen and felt, but the mental scars can't be seen or felt, but I carry them with me, scars I cannot escape from, but each day, is a new day, each day is a chance to survive another day. So, I support those brave men and women, whether still serving or have left as veterans, etc. I admire their bravery, commitment, skill and passion.

God bless you all.

Lew.


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