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WORCESTER COUNTY CRICKET CLUB.17th AUGUST.2014

 

On Sunday The Branch Standards and Bugle were invited to the Worcester County Cricket Club For the Re-Dedication of a restored Roll of Honour and a blessing and Dedication of a new Roll of Honour of cricket players who fell in both world wars


Stourport High School & 6th Form Centre; were involved in the restoration work through Sandra Taylor of 'Remember The Fallen',  ( www.rememberthefallen.co.uk  )  agreed by Assistant Principal Ceri Owens, Dennis Simpson who oversaw the work along with the woodwork teacher and 5 students who did the restoration in school time but during their breaks/leisure study time

 

 

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Old Plaque
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New Plaque
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Terrace where Ceremony took place. Next two photos are looking to the right over ground
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Harry Massam Worcester Branch Chairman W.F.R.A. and Bugler for the Ceremony chats to some of the congregation.
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The Rev’d Prebendary Michael Vockins OBE starts the Service.
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The Rev’d Prebendary Michael Vockins OBE Dedicates and re-dedicates the two memorial plaques to the fallen
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Worcester County Cricket Club Chairman, John Elliot reads out the Roll Of Honour
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Harry Massam Plays the Last Post and the Branch Standards are lowered in respect. Nearest Standard bearer John Walters and Alan Fish.
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Congregation, spectators and cricketers having a practice on field all stood still with lowered heads for the silence.
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Harry Massam plays the Reveille.
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The Vicar bestows a blessing upon the congregation.
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The new and old plaque with Worcester Cathedral in background.
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From L>, Alan Fish, John Walters, R.B.L. Standard Bearer, Mick Leeming and Harry Massam.
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Stourport High School & VIth Form College Students who were involved in the restoration of old plaque,with RBL and Branch Members.
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Display photos of the restoration work by the Stourport Students.
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