Remembrance Sunday Greenwich

Remembrance Sunday Greenwich; 11 November 2018 imprints a long time since the part of the bargain World War. There is a scope of occasions occurring around the ward to recognize the commemoration.

 

 

Remembrance Sunday Greenwich

Remembrance Sunday Greenwich

Kids from Mulgrave School planting poppies prior in the year

 

All occasions are allowed to visit.

 

 

The Canaries

Friday 16 and Saturday 17 November

Building 41,

Illustrious Arsenal,

Woolwich SE18 4DX

 

Plan for an adventure through the hardships of war just as the affection, chuckling and fellowship the ladies of Woolwich Royal Arsenal found in their lives. Composed by neighborhood writer Louisa Le Marchand, this play is performed in one of only a handful few outstanding structures where ladies weapons laborers really worked.

 

 

  • Book free tickets for Friday 16 November at 7.30pm (Eventbrite site)
  • Book free tickets for Saturday 17 November at 4pm (Eventbrite site)
  • Book free tickets for Saturday 17 November at 7.30pm (Eventbrite site).

 

 

Remembrance Sunday Greenwich

Ladies ammo laborers during WWI

 

 

Wreath Laying

 

 

Friday 9 November

 

  • 10.45 am: Woolwich Town Hall, Wellington Street, SE18
  • 2.30 pm: War Memorial Hospital, Shooters Hill Road, SE18
  • 3 pm: Greenwich Cemetery War Memorial, Westmount Road, SE9

 

 

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Saturday 10 November

 

  • 10.45 am: Thamesmead War Memorial (counting Remembrance Service), Joyce Dawson Way, SE28
  • 10.45 am: Maze Hill War Memorial, Greenwich Park, Charlton Way, Junction with Maze Hill SE3
  • 11.20 am: St John’s Church, Stratheden Road, SE3
  • 11.40 am: St Luke’s Church, The Village, SE7
  • 12 early afternoon: Charlton Cemetery, Cemetery Lane, SE7
  • 12 early afternoon: Plumstead Cemetery War Memorial, by means of Lodge Hill, Upper Wickham Lane SE2
  • 12.20 pm: Woolwich New Cemetery War Memorial, Camdale Road, SE18

 

 

Sunday 11 November

 

  • 10.30 am: Eltham War Memorial veteran and cadet march: Junction of Eltham Hill/Eltham High Street SE9
  • St Johns the Baptist Church (administration to pursue march above), Eltham High Street, SE9
  • 10.40 am: St Michaels All Angels Church (counting administration), Abbey Wood Road, SE2
  • 11 am: Flight Lt. Richard Reynell dedication, The Point, SE10

 

 

Remembrance Sunday Greenwich

Remembrance Sunday Greenwich

Poppy wreaths

 

 

War Horse film screening

Friday nineteenth October, 7.30 pm

Worldwide Fusion will screen the film War Horse with an intentional £3 confirmation gift.

Charlton House,

Charlton Road,

London SE7 8RE

 

 

WWI Poetry, verbally expressed word and music

Thursday 1 November, 7.30 pm to 10 pm

Duke of Chatham,

15 Thomas Street,

Woolwich SE18 6HU

Drop in whenever.

 

 

Buglers and Beacons

Sunday 11 November, 6.58 pm

General Gordon Square,

Woolwich SE18

Buglers from the Cadet Forces will play the Last Post at 6.58pm pursued by a two moment quietness. At the stroke of 7pm the reference point will be lit before Reveille is played.

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