Sutton church commemorates beginning of First World War

St Nicholas churchyard where earlier this year children planted poppy seeds on soldiers' graves

St Nicholas churchyard where earlier this year children planted poppy seeds on soldiers' graves

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THE 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War on August 4, 1914 will be commemorated with afternoon tea in St Nicholas Church Hall, Sutton followed by an evening service in church.

Admission to the tea costs £3 with tickets available from church or office.

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