Please come along and support this event being held to showcase the lives and legacy of our forebears and the valuable history that they have left behind. Our townsfolk have served their country for generations and played a significant role in both World Wars as did the entire community. There are fascinating stories behind their experiences both for those who died in service and the lucky ones who came home and led full lives. It is vital for the future preservation of the cemetery that we recognise its true value.
The event will start at the main entrance on Cemetery Road from 12pm - look for the Royal British Legion flags.
Everyone is welcome to come along and join in. Free tea, coffee and refreshments available. Please pass this on to anyone you think maybe interested. Limited parking is available in the cemetery - use of public transport (30 Bus) / walking is recommended.
Friday September 15th 1916 is noted as the debut of the Tank, but should also be remembered as a day of double tragedy for the Horsfall family of Pudsey.
Blog postings by Damon Sugden on behalf of Pudsey & Farsley Royal British Legion Branch and in association with Pudsey Civic Society.