The War Memorial in Fivehead will be holding a Rededication ceremony at 2.30pm on Saturday 26th May 2018, having been awarded a grant from the War Memorials Trust.
This will be the centenary of the last Fivehead man to have been killed in the First World War.
Relatives are sought of the men listed on the Memorial, so that they can attend the service and the Village can show its appreciation for their sacrifice.
There will be a service at the Memorial and St Martins Church with refreshments afterwards.
If you would like to attend or have details of any relatives, please contact Pip Brett (email@example.com), 01460 281115
The men listed are:
Private Clement Adams, Dorsetshire Regiment
Driver Ernest Adams, Royal Army Service Corps
Private Joseph Amor, Royal Warwickshire Regiment
Bombardier George Chorley, Royal Field Artillery
Lieutenant Harold Colville, Somerset Light Infantry
Petty Officer William Louch, Royal Navy
Lance Corporal Frank Male, Tank Corps
2nd Air Mechanic Reginald Meade, Royal Flying Corps
Private Alfred Miller, Somerset Light Infantry
Private Henry Miller, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry
Private William Salway, Somerset Light Infantry
Private Jack Sawtell, Canadian Light Infantry
Sgt Air Gunner Kenneth Merritt, Royal Air Force
Driver William Vickery, Royal Army Service Corps
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