Windlesham Centenary Tea Party on the Field 4th August 2018

Windlesham Centenary Tea Party on the Field 4th August 2018

The first World War came to an end when the guns fell silent after the allies’ final offensive pushed the Germans back to their border at the end of August 1918. For the past four years we have been remembering the sacrifices of those who fought on the battlefront in WW1 and those at home.

As a part of the national commemorations to mark the end of the first World War the Windlesham Branch of the Royal British Legion are organising an afternoon Centenary Tea on the Field of Remembrance in Windlesham. Tea will be served in marquees from 2.30pm on Saturday, 4th August 2018 at a cost of £10 per person. There will also be live music, a charity raffle and a prosecco bar.

If you would like to join us in the marquees for a delicious afternoon tea you will need to buy a ticket in advance by contacting Danuta Allen (01276 502123), Mike Sheard (01276 474711) or Tim Beckh (07780 688955). Tickets are also on sale at several locations including the Windlesham fete, at the Half Moon pub, Windlesham, the Savannah gift shop on Updown Hill, Windlesham and the Windlesham Barbers. Places are limited so don’t delay!

If you don’t fancy afternoon tea you can bring the family, a rug and a picnic and listen to the music for free. There will be a bouncy castle and an ice cream van to keep the children busy. As car parking at the Field of Remembrance is limited it will restricted to those with limited mobility.

Mike Sheard

Branch Chairman