Virtual Remembrance around the area

This lovely tribute video was made by old friend of the blog Matin Littler and sent to me earlier in the year. A lovely thing. Thank you Martin!

As explained in my previous post, since life under Coronavirus restrictions has led to community Acts of Remembrance being curtailed this year, so many parishes, Royal British Legion branches and other organisations have made virtual Remembrance films for those who could not attend.

Without any favour, I’ll post them here as I find/know about them. My thanks to all involved in these, as I know just how much preparation and work they take.

If you know f or find any others, please do comment on this post or mail me details: BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com. I’ll add them as appropriate – it’s not bias, these are the ones I could find. Any assistance welcome!

May respect and thanks to you all: In these strange and uncertain times, it’s good that we still can remember, reflect and pay our respect to those who gave their all in the service of their country.

Thank you.


Brownhills and Willenhall Methodist Circuit courtesy Chris:

Walsall Wood:





Cannock Chase Methodist Circuit:

Lichfield Cathedral:

St. Micheal Lichfield:

Norton, courtesy Cllr John Preece:

Green Lane Baptist Church, Walsall courtesy Sarah Bingham:

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6 Responses to Virtual Remembrance around the area

  1. Chris says:

    Brownhills and Willenhall Methodist Circuit:

  2. martin littler says:

    What a wonderful collection of Virtual Act of Remembrance over the Area, wonderful to see all the Local Churches pulling together to remember the Fallen Soldiers ,in this Difficult Year thank you BrownhillsBob for putting it all together, gave me a headache putting just one together.

  3. suepoxonshaw says:

    Rate this is beautiful, thank you.

  4. JOHN BARLOW says:


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