Fillongley Remembrance Sunday Events
6am Lone Piper, Andrew Keeling, will be standing at the War Memorial, Coventry Road, joining in with the Nations Tribute, piping the traditional Scottish lament played at the end of battle – Battle’s O’er.
10.00 – 10.45am Church Bells will ring out from St Mary and All Saints Church
10.45am Remembrance Day Church Service at St Mary and All Saints finishing with the laying of wreaths on the War Memorial.
12.00 – 12.30pm Church Bells will ring out from St Mary and All Saints Church
6.00pm Gates open for the Commemoration Beacon.
6.45pm Beacon commemorations start;
Tribute to the Millions read by
Royal Navy Officer Cadet James Billington
Mr Ron Siebert (Ex- United States Air Force)
Mr Mark Greenaway (descendant of Mr Frank Colver & Mr Derek Colver– both remembered on the War Memorial)
Mr John Sargeant (Ambulance man during the Coventry Blitz)
Mr Terry Onions (National Serviceman – Malaya)
Mr Archie Badham (Army Cadet)
6.55pm The Last Post played by Mr John Truman
ONE MINUTES SILENCE
7.00pm Beacon Lighting by Mr Lance Judge-Porter (Ex- Territorial Army with active tours of duty in Bosnia and Iraq).
National Anthem accompanied by Mr John Truman
7.05pm Commemorative Firework Display
In 2013 the Parish Council decided to form a Neighbourhood Plan. This is part of the Localism Act that has aimed to devolve power back to local communities. Since then, Fillongley residents and Fillongley Parish Council have been working on a Neighbourhood Plan.
This is a vision of how we would like our village to develop between now and 2034 which runs in parallel with North Warwickshire Borough Councils‘ future planning. If, following the consultation, amendments, validation and referendum, it is voted FOR, it will become planning law for our Parish.
The documents can be viewed by clicking the icons below. If you would like to view a paper copy please contact the Clerk to arrange this.
The consultation is open until 29th Novemeber 2018
FPC have once again been asked by the royal Pageant Master to join a chain of beacons across the country to commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War. This will be held at Fillongley Cricket Club and adjoining land (as before) by kind permission of all involved. It will be on Sunday 11th November.
There is a possibility of a mobile Post Office coming to the village – don’t get too excited, the current proposal is for one hour per week….. there is a formal consultation attached which we have 6 weeks to respond to.
IF you are more than 300 metres away, 999 WILL NOT tell you to go and get it.
YOU must tell them you know where one is and you are able to get it
YOU may be quicker than the ambulance
Read more here