UPDATED ON 21st NOVEMBER
"Although we are far away,
we will hold you close in our thoughts and in our hearts,
today and always."
On Remembrance Sunday, wreaths were placed on behalf of (or by) —
Chairman, Members and Staff of East Suffolk Council;
by Wing Cdr G.F.H. (Sandy) Webb, DFC and bar;
by Lady Howes (Deputy Lieutenant) representing the Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk;
Royal British Legion (Snape and Farnham Branch);
Chairman and Members, Aldeburgh & District Royal Naval Association;
Snape School [words quoted below];
Snape Parish Council;
Snape Snooker Club;
Suffolk Constabulary [words quoted above];
Playing Field Committee;
Snape Good Neighbour Scheme / Meet up Mondays;
Snape Village Hall;
The Women of Snape
POSTED ON 16th NOVEMBER
Eleanor, who is in our oldest Year group (Year 6), wrote these thoughtful words at home last week. She then brought her idea back in, and her class agreed they should be the words to go on Snape School's wreath this year. She then wrote our card, so her classmates could lay the wreath on Sunday. I'm sure you agree that her words are very fitting too.
Sarah Gallagher, Head Teacher
"Remember those who volunteered,
fought and died for us to have freedom.
We will remember you because, if you didn't sacrifice your life,
we wouldn't have a today or a tomorrow,
so we thank you very much and
we will all remember you."