By Adrian Leighton - 31st October 2015 6:09am
For many thousands of years people have at this time of year felt the need and rightness to commemorate those whom they have loved and lost.
In the Christian era this has continued as the festival of All Saints.
On Monday at 7.45pm a special service will be held at St James Church when all in the village who have lost loved ones, especially those in the last year, can come and remember.
Whether or not you feel yourself to be a churchgoer, you are very welcome to join us for this special service.
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