Gallery 2022

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Christmas in Nailsea 2022


Lest we forget, Remembrance


A Royal British Legion poppy appeal collection is Nailsea supermarkets was organised by Stephen Rowan.

He was supported by many local people doing shifts.

Nailsea in Bloom put the big poppies on the lampposts in the High Street and manned a stall at the October Nailsea Farmers' Market signing up those sponsoring the flower bed poppies and raising money for the Royal British Legion.

Nailsea Christ Church read out names of those who died at its evening service on Sunday, November 6.

Holy Trinity marked Remembrance Sunday, November 13, with a military parade from Church Lane to the War Memorial Cross for Roll Call.

And at Nailsea & Backwell Rugby Club gathering at 10.45am there was a service of Remembrance and a collection for the Royal British Legion poppy appeal.

Some rugby players were to the event in Bristol and Nailsea School joined others for a joint service of Remembrance.

North Somerset MP Liam Fox signed the condolence books at every church and council office in his constituency including the old at Nailsea Town Council offices at the Tithe Barn.

Earlier there had been fears that because both the Nailsea and Backwell RBL branches were having problems with membership that this would impact on the parades and services.

It all went ahead even is the Nailsea branch is no more.


Bonfire night at rugby club

Saturday, November 5