Remembrance Sunday is a day to commemorate the contribution of
military and civilian servicemen and women in the two World Wars and
"They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them."
You can see a short video based on Laurence Binyon's poem "For the Fallen" by clicking here.
We remember especially the men featured on our War Memorial & buried in our Churchyard:
1914 - 1918
Arter, Herbert 67th Western Scotts Canadian Regt.
Fake, William Herbert 17th Royal Fusiliers
Gagen, Ernest 9th Norfolk Regt.
Norman, Alfred Thomas 21st Manchester Regt.
Osborne, John Edward 9th Norfolk Regt.
Porter, Bertie William Norfolk Regt.
Porter, Ralph Walter MM 60th Canadian Infantry Battalion
Seaman, Ezra 1st Hertfordshire Regt.
Steele, Stanly 1st Norfolk Regt.
Stringer, Bertram 12th Highland Light Infantry
1939 - 1945
Duncombe, Arthur James
Rank: Serjeant Service No: 3854592 Date of Death: 18/01/1942 Age: 34
Regiment/Service: The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) 1st Bn.
Additional Information: Son of Arthur and Lily Duncombe; husband of Beatrice Duncombe, of Great Barr, Birmingham.
Allcock, Charles Barnes, George Barnes, Frederick Beck, Frank Bird, Herbert
Gage, Sidney W George, Albert Goll, John W Holsey, Horace Howard, Robert W
Jarvis, Ernest C Moore, Thomas R Powley, Ernest W Powley, Peter Reader, Charles E
Sillis, Harry Skipper, John W Took, Aubone H Warnes, Horace Whitby, Arthur G
Whitby, Albert W Harvey, Dudley
These men also served with others from this Parish.
Arter, Harold Frederic Kings Own Norfolk Yeomanry
Dolman, Arthur 220th Battery Royal Artillery
Hammond, Arthur Royal Artillery
Laughlin, Ivor Eugene Royal Air Force
Rasberry, Charles Edward 2nd Battn. Royal Norfolk Regt.
Stringer, Reginald Charles 2nd. Battn. Royal Norfolk Regt.