Enderby Remembers

Members of the community in Enderby joined in a procession to remember over a million British and Commonwealth soldiers who died in both world wars and in more recent conflicts.

Remembrance Day procession

Local residents joined with Parish Councillors and members of the Royal British Legion, along with several local organisations to process through the village, led by musicians from the Enderby Band and standard bearers from the local Scouts and Guides.

The procession took place on a chilly but sunny morning and culminated in a Remembrance Sunday Service at Enderby Parish Church, conducted by the vicar Jerry Taylor.

During the service focus turned to the war memorial as names of the fallen were read out, a number of wreaths were laid and The Last Post was sounded.

The Service concluded with the singing of the National Anthem.

Remembrance Day procession

Remembrance Day procession


Display at Enderby Community Library
Display at Enderby Community Library


Enderby War Memorial

St John the Baptist Church – Enderby

Two marble plaques; one above with hooded nowy head
bearing carving of cross and WW1 names beneath;
tablet below plain with WW2 names

[War Memorial photo & description: Leicestershire War Memorials | Enderby Heritage Group]

[Other photos: Procession – LG (EYE viewer) | Library Display – Enderby Community Library]

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