Webteam: November 2018
On Remembrance Sunday, Wimborne Methodist Church joined with organisations up and down the country to mark the end of World War 1 a hundred years ago. Revd Gwyneth Owen led the service whilst the Act of Remembrance was led by Mrs Norah Moore, aged 98 years, who saw military service for four years as an army HGV mechanic.
"We will remember them".
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