Armistice  2014     

Our wreaths  have been  laid in readiness for Remembrance Sunday - 9th November 2014 - at Brimington Memorial Gates and Calow Memorial.

 

              

                                                   "Brimington Remembers”                                      "Calow Remembers"


Brimington Cemetery

Crosses have been laid in Brimington Cemetery at the graves of each of  the  8  WW1 soldiers  who are buried there and remembered on the Memorial Gates.    And as we usually do, we've also left a cross on the grave of - Gunner Fred W Nadin - who finally succumbed to his wounds 20th March 1921 aged 22,  - his name unlike his brother Edgar is not inscribed on Brimington Memorial Gates .

   

 

Private Wilfred Rowes grave in Brimington Cemetery and
close up of the
'Brimington Remembers' cross -
 one of eight laid at each of the following WW1 soldiers  graves -

 L/Corp Joseph Baumber  -     L/Corp Robert W Burr -  
 Private Charles E Clayton -    Private Robert H Elliott - 
 Private George H Godfrey -    Private Thomas Hall -    
 Private Horace F Stott    -    Gunner Fred  Nadin
  


 ‘ Brimington Remembers’

On the 11th day of the 11th month 2014 – just  as we have for the last 9 years -   we laid wreaths at

 The Menin Gate- Ypres,   Tyne Cot- Passchendaele &  Ploegsteert Memorial on behalf of  Brimington .     

And 'Brimington Remembers' crosses at the graves of  our village men who

...... still lie in Flanders Fields


Brimington’s tribute's to the village fallen-  laid on 11th November 2014 

– Tyne Cot


-Ploegsteert ( Plug Street)


- Menin Gate ( Ypres)



 

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