Lights Out WWI Centenary Event

Lights Out WWI Centenary Event

Everyone in the UK is invited to take part in Lights Out by turning off their lights from 10pm to 11pm on 4 August, leaving on a single light or candle for a shared moment of reflection.

All faiths WWI church service

Burnham War Memorial will be the location of a  cross-denominational church service on August 3, and the Royal British Legion will On Monday, August 4, the Burnham Royal British Legion will light candles at the memorial as part of the national Lights Out event.

An all-denominations service will be held outside the Burnham Park Hall by the war memorial.All are welcome and seating will be available.

Unveiling of new War Memorial

Have you seen where the new war memorial is being installed? We've cleaned all the others too. #SloughRemembers pic.twitter.com/iLlHcIHSUx

At 11am, as part of the Slough Remembers event, the Mayor of Slough, Councillor Shafiq Chaudhry will be unveiling Slough’s new memorial to war on the High Street, junction with Windsor Road.

Slough Remembers

Slough Remembers

The Slough Remembers event which will run from 10am to 2pm in Slough town centre will give residents the opportunity to step back in time, taking part in activities and games of the time, hearing stories from the Edwardian era, finding out Slough’s role in the war and seeing images of Slough from 100 years ago.

WWI Centenary Concert

Burnham War Memorial will be the location of a  cross-denominational church service on August 3, and the Royal British Legion will On Monday, August 4, the Burnham Royal British Legion will light candles at the memorial as part of the national Lights Out event.

Students of Burnham Park Academy and Burnham Grammar School will join the Burnham Concert Band and Pop Goes the Choir for a concert to commemorate the centenary of World War I.