From Monday 4th November through to Remembrance Sunday, the fourteen perspex ‘Silhouettes’ , each one representing one of the names from the Horsington War Memorial from WW1, will be in place in the church. The stories of each every serviceman, both from WW1 and this year, WW2 as well, will be on display. If you can, take some time to visit, sit among them and read their stories.
The aim of the 100 year anniversary last year was ‘to bring the names from the war memorials and bring them back into the places the left behind. Horsington lost 22 brave men in both world wars, come along and get to know them better