B Cador: November 2017
Mr Rob Vine, who is the Chair of the Wrenbury and District British Legion, will be joining us to lead an assembly on Tuesday 7th November to talk about the poppy and its significance on Remembrance Sunday.
NOTE: We are selling poppies in school on behalf of the British Legion.
LEST WE FORGET
On Monday 13th November, we will hold a short assembly in the school hall at 10.40am. We will be thinking about the former pupils at Wrenbury, who lost their lives in the Great War of 1914-18. We will also be recognising the role and work of Peter Bebbington, former chair of the Wrenbury and District British Legion. Reverend Alison will be joining us along with Liz Speed (our school catering assistant), who is also the standard bearer for Wrenbury and District British Legion.
Following the assembly, we will go outside to lay a wreath under the Union flag, followed by a 2 minute silence and prayer of blessing led by Rev Alison at the front of school.
Parents, carers and grandparents are warmly invited to join us for this assembly. Please sign in with Debbie at reception no later than 10.35am, in readiness for the 10.40am assembly start.
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