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Events in Pictures

Remembrance Sunday 2014

The 2014 Remembrance Sunday Service was held on a misty November 9th, lead by the Rev Alan Wheale.

The Parade left the Village Hall about 10:15 with two pipers in the lead.

They went down Monk street, up the High Street, then up Castle Street before finally arriving at St. Mary's and arriving at the War Memorial at 10:30 for the Wreath laying ceremony.  

Wreaths were laid on behalf of:


British Gypsum (Fauld)

East Staffordshire Borough Council

Girlguiding UK

Jenny and her family


Richard Wakefield Primary School Parent Teachers Association

Richard Wakefield School


The Priory Church of St Mary the Virgin

The Royal British Legion

The WI

Tutbury Castle

Tutbury Fire Station

Tutbury Parish Council

Tutbury Residents Association

Tutbury War Memorials Preservation Committee


The service can be read here and a few highlight photos are show below (remember to click on the pictures for a better view).

A full set of photographs can be found here (again, remember to click on the photos).

If you have any photograhps of the Parade or Service that you would like on the website then please contact the webmaster.

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More photographs can be found here -
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