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WWII Commemorative Weekend – 6th to 8th Sept 2019

Last updated on September 7, 2019

Final Report

We are pleased to report that the event raised the grand sum of £805 for the British Legion.

This sum was raised both by direct donations and by running a raffle at the Pea and Pie Supper.

Thanks to all the organisers, especially to Mrs Hellen Mollart, to all those who participated in these activities, and those businesses/organisations which donated prizes.

Well done everyone!

Lights Out Ceremony:
The organisers of the Haslington ww2 Memorial weekend are delighted to announce that the Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire will be participating in the Lights Out ceremony, 8.45pm, War Memorial Crewe Road, Sunday 8th September.

In addition, delighted to advise that Steven Edgar Deputy Mayor of Cheshire East Council (and joint Ward Councillor for Haslington) will be attending in his capacity as DM.
Please muster on foot if possible (road closure will be in place) ay War memorial 8.45pm.  Poppies and medals to be worn, uniform also if possible.
If affected by road closure please advise operatives that you are attending event.  All welcome.

Pea and Pie supper. Friday 6th September 2019

As part of the commemorative events arranged for the weekend of 6,7,8th September 2019 to mark 80 years since the outbreak of WW2, organisers have announced a Pea and Pie supper to be held at Haslington Cricket Club, room kindly supplied by club management.  Very much food of the 1940’s, pea and pie was a staple food for many families at the time, and was therefore thought appropriate as part of this early evening event.

The Crewe Concert Band (appearance kindly sponsored by Duchy Homes) will be playing music from the 1940’s including military music, Dambusters, 633 Squadron and White Cliffs of Dover.
In order that attendees can reflect respectfully on the events of 1939 to 1945, Year 6 pupils from Haslington Primary School who have been studying the relevant historical period will be creating a display on the subject of ‘Peace’. This will chime with the theme of Peace which has been chosen for the multi denominational Church Service which is to be held at 2.30pm the following day (Sat 7th September) at St Matthews Church, Crewe Road, Haslington. Pupils from the Dingle Primary school will take part in the service.
Tickets available from:
The Bakery, The One Stop Shop, The Hawk, The Broughton, The Foresters and The Cricket Club.  Get yours now!

Hog Roast Saturday 7th September. 

Unfortunately the hog roast has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. The organisers send their apologies.
Mrs Helen Mollart (Organiser)
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