To Goffs Oak Residents and members of GOCA

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of the commemorations for the end of World War One, 100 years ago.  Private William Uglow  came from Goffs Oak Village and at the age of 17 years old was a very young soldier.  This is one of two services that are taking place and has been heralded by Councillor Mark Mills-Bishop.

This event is due to start at 3pm, at St James Parish Church, St James Road.   You will need to book your place by the end of the month so contact ASAP  Steve Whitlam, Community Development Manager.  Contact details:- by email steve.whitlam@broxbourne.gov.uk or telephone 01992 785555 and ask for extension 5909.

 

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