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Armistice Centenary Weekend

November 10

You are invited to join in the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the ending of World War 1

DOWNLOADABLE PROGRAMME

SATURDAY 10 NOVEMBER Village Hall & Parish Church

All day –  Special Remembrance themed flower display in Parish church

12noon – 4pm Refreshments in Function Room

12noon – 4.30pm History Society Exhibition in Main Hall showing the lives of Lympstone 27 men named on the Memorial

12.15pm & 2.15pm Story Telling for all ages with Jenny Moon on Main Hall Stage. Free refreshments for children

1pm & 3pm Film ‘Lympstone though the Seasons’ running time 52 minutes in Main Hall

2pm – 4pm Village Trail – Activity Maps for adults and children to understand more about the lives of the 27 men

4pm – 4.45pm Wreath making in Main Hall followed by procession down to the Harbour

(setting the wreath onto the river is still to be confirmed as the tide is low)

SUNDAY 11 NOVEMBER Parish Church, Village Hall, Gulliford Burial Ground & Cliff Field

All day Special Remembrance themed flower display in Parish church

9.45am Service in Parish Church

10.50am Act of Remembrance at Memorial

11am – 3pm Ceramic Exhibition at Gulliford Burial Ground

on theme : War & Peace

11am – 1.30pm Streaming of TV coverage from the Cenotaph in Main Hall

11am – 4pm Refreshments and Exhibition in Village Hall

2pm – 2.30pm Peal of 100 changes at Parish Church to commemorate 100 years since the War ended

4pm – 7.30pm Refreshments on Cliff Field with hot food, hot drinks and Bar

4pm – 6.45pm Entertainment on Cliff Field including Lympstone Training Band and other local acts

4.32pm SUNSET (wear warm clothes!)

6.45pm Reading out the names of the 27 men

6.55pm Last Post

7pm Lighting of the Beacon with Mary Truell

Exmouth Town Crier reads ’Ode to Peace’ and ‘God Save the Queen’

7.05pm Peal of Church Bells ‘Ringing out for Peace’

Celebrations and refreshments will continue on Cliff Field

Details

Date:
November 10

Venue

Lympstone Village Hall
Lympstone

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