- Published: Sunday, 10 November 2019 17:14
The great South Buttress of the thirteenth century Beaulieu Abbey Church, is a fitting background to the War Memorial
Poppies beautifully arranged on the Chancel Rail of the Abbey Church
More poppies, this time arranged on a plinth over the Font.
The table holds a memorial candle, the Beaulieu Book of Remembrance and a Toc H lamp.
Members of the Procession wait for the start of the service
Father John White, Rector of Beaulieu, wears the traditional cope as he processes towards the Chancel
Members of the Navy, and the Beaulieu Fire Brigade carry wreaths from the altar towards the War Memorial
The wreath laying party looks on as Major Dan Brooks lays the first wreath.
Frederick Norris, Chairman of the Beaulieu Parish Council, and one time Church Warden of Beaulieu Parish
solemnly reads the nmes of those from the village and surrounding areas, who have fallen in conflict.