Over 600 people attended the service that took place on Sunday 11th November 2018 at the Goffs Oak Memorial. A record number of Wreaths were laid in remembrance of those who died not just WW1 and WW2 but also for all those who died in later conflicts.  After the morning service, refreshments were kindly provided by Goff’s Oak Women’s Institute in the Comrades Club.  In the club, a local historian provided a display with details of those who lost their life as a result of WW1. With only having the service for the 17 year old Private Uglow, at St James Church, the previous Sunday, it has turned out to be a proud week for the people of Goff’s Oak.




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