Four years ago, NSMRA and All Souls collaborated in an event which marked the start of the Great War in 1914, a war which still resonates today: a tragedy in every sense for those of us who share this delicate planet.
Now we are back with an event to mark the end of that war, to celebrate the fragile peace, and to tell the story of the social changes which were going on at the time through the media of words and music.
Local professional actors and musicians, working with others from the community, will present the story of the Great Silence on the day one hundred years from the Armistice, on 11 November 2018, at 4pm. During the event, the historic war memorial in the church will be rededicated to mark not just those local people who fell, but all victims of aggression and war.
There will be a retiring collection and any surplus funds will be donated to charity.