Every year on the second Sunday of November we remember all those who died while serving their country. Over a period of a year between Remembrance Sundays we having individual acts of remembrances for each of the 56 killed, by tolling a bell on the anniversary of their death. The 11th November 2018 is the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day.
Whenever possible the bell will be tolled at 11.00 on the anniversary, the number of times rung to reflect the age of the person who is being commemorated. There are 5 on the list who were only 19 when they died, with the average age 26. The year 1916 had the most casualties with 12 losing their lives.
The bell will be rung as indicate below.