Remembrance Service at St Bartholomew’s, Maresfield
Location: St Bartholomew’s Church High Street, Maresfield Uckfield East Sussex TN22 2EJ
Date: Sunday, November 10, 2019, 10.30 am
Officers from 5 (Maresfield) Squadron, 11 (Royal School Signals) Signals Regiment will be visiting Maresfield on Saturday and Sunday, November 9 and 10, and taking part in a Remembrance Service on the Sunday.
The service will begin at St Bartholomew’s Church, at 10.30am.
The previous day officers from the squadron, which is based at Blandford Forum, will be assisting with jobs around the village from 2pm onwards.
There will also be a quiz in the village hall at 7pm on Saturday which the officers will attend. Tickets, £7 each, are available from Angie who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remembrance Sunday timetable:
9.30am Squadron meets at Manor House in Maresfield Park for formal photos
10am Squadron assembles ready for march to St Bartholomew’s Church
10.15am St Bartholomew’s bells ring
10.25am Everyone to be seated in church
10.30am Service will start.
Wreaths and crosses will be laid as the Fallen of Maresfield and further afield are remembered. The Last Post will be sounded and there will be a two-minute silence.
Coffee and tea will be served after the service in the church.
• The squadron is named after Maresfield in recognition of time spent in the village camp and Maresfield Park in the 20th century.
Maresfield was an army training camp from 1915 when Maresfield `Park was seized from Prince Munster for the Crown under the Trading with the Enemy Act 1914, on May 10, 1915. It is documented that composer Ralph Vaughan Williams attended the camp in 1917.
Maresfield and Nutley Churches