Wylye Valley School marks Anzac Day

Salisbury Journal: Wylye Valley School marks Anzac Day Wylye Valley School marks Anzac Day

CHILDREN at Wylye Valley School attended a service at St Mary’s Church in Codford to remember the soldiers of Australia and New Zealand who served and died so far from home in the First World War.

The children were greeted by a real Kiwi dressed in his military costume, who then joined them for the church service where the children read out the Anzac alphabet and sang Make Me a Channel of Your Peace and We Will Remember.

Following the service everyone went out to the Anzac graves, to observe a one minute silence in front of a soldier’s grave. And a sprig of Rosemary, a symbol of remembrance, was placed on each grave.


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