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Sun, Nov 13


Ewell Road, Surbiton

Remembrance Sunday

Our President, Jan Jenner will be laying a wreath on behalf of Maple Village WI

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Time & Location

Nov 13, 2022, 10:45 AM GMT

Ewell Road, Surbiton, Surbiton KT6, UK


About the Event

Our President Jan Jenner, will be laying a wreath on behalf of Maple Village WI.

If you would like to join her the Service starts at 10.45 at the War Memorial in the Memorial Garden, on the Ewell Road.

Traditionally, the laying of wreaths allows individuals and organisations to pay their respects and to remember the contribution of British and Commonwealth military and civilian servicemen and women who lost their lives in the World Wars.

Surbiton War Memorial was erected and unveiled in July 1921, commemorating 382 servicemen from the borough who died in the First World War. Following the end of the Second World War a further general inscription was added to the memorial, but the names of the fallen were not accommodated. The Belcher plaque is on the stone in the foreground of our photo, and the St Mark's cairn and WW2 memorials behind it.

NFWI Meeting Recommendations

While COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted, we will still be taking precautions to reduce the risk of transmission during physical events:

· Face coverings are no longer a legal requirement. However, some members may feel more comfortable continuing to wear one and this should be respected.

· Wash/sanitise your hands and cover coughs and sneezes during events and meetings. Members attending are advised to bring hand-sanitiser with them and to use it at regular intervals during the event

· Please stay at home if you have any Covid symptoms or have received receive a positive LFT.

· Inform your WI Committee if you attended a WI meeting/activity and have tested positive for Covid in the last 10 days.

· Where possible, it is still recommended that members carry out a rapid lateral flow test before attending a meeting to ensure they are not unknowingly infected with Covid.

· Members who are clinically at high-risk are advised to decide carefully whether attending face-to-face is a safe option for them in the chosen venue and situation.

· Whilst social distancing is no longer mandatory you may choose to limit the close contact you have with people you do not usually live with.

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