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Remembrance Day

We all came together at the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month to think about all those people who fought and died for our country in World War 1, World War 2 and all the wars since then. We also thought of all the brave men and women who work to keep us safe today.  We gathered around our special horse chestnut tree, whose leaves are beginning to fall. The leaves represent some of the many people who lost their lives keeping us safe. Some parents joined us on the hill for our service.

Three of our children who are Beavers had decorated some crosses with poppies and the word "Remember". They laid these at the foot of the tree. 


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