Your Remembrance Service pictures from across Welwyn Hatfield and surrounding villages

PUBLISHED: 10:25 13 November 2018 | UPDATED: 14:07 15 November 2018

Hatfield Hyde Remembrance Service 2018. Picture: WHBC.

Hatfield Hyde Remembrance Service 2018. Picture: WHBC.

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Residents of Welwyn Hatfield and surrounding villages have been busy sending in their photos of Remembrance Day.

Hatfield Hyde Remembrance Service 2018. Picture: WHBC.Hatfield Hyde Remembrance Service 2018. Picture: WHBC.

On Sunday, November 11, thousands gathered all over to pay their respects to servicemen and women who made the ultimate sacrifice during two world wars and other conflicts.

Remembrance Day also honours those who fought and lived, and those who serve now.

Hatfield Hyde Remembrance Service 2018. Picture: WHBC.Hatfield Hyde Remembrance Service 2018. Picture: WHBC.

Hatfield Hyde Remembrance Service 2018. Picture: WHBC.Hatfield Hyde Remembrance Service 2018. Picture: WHBC.

Thirty-four ribbons and flags commemorating the 34 lives lost in both world wars at Essendon. Picture: Yvette.
Thirty-four ribbons and flags commemorating the 34 lives lost in both world wars at Essendon. Picture: Yvette.

The congregation and friends of St Luke's Church, in Hatfield, have been busy creating knitted and other fabric poppies for this net of remembrance which is hanging over the West Door. Inside the church there is a war memorial to the men of the New Town and Roe Green who were killed in the First World War. Outside, within the churchyard, there are 22 Commonwealth War Graves. Picture: Supplied.The congregation and friends of St Luke's Church, in Hatfield, have been busy creating knitted and other fabric poppies for this net of remembrance which is hanging over the West Door. Inside the church there is a war memorial to the men of the New Town and Roe Green who were killed in the First World War. Outside, within the churchyard, there are 22 Commonwealth War Graves. Picture: Supplied.

The congregation and friends of St Luke's Church, in Hatfield, have been busy creating knitted and other fabric poppies for this net of remembrance which is hanging over the West Door. Inside the church there is a war memorial to the men of the New Town and Roe Green who were killed in the First World War. Outside, within the churchyard, there are 22 Commonwealth War Graves. Picture: Supplied.The congregation and friends of St Luke's Church, in Hatfield, have been busy creating knitted and other fabric poppies for this net of remembrance which is hanging over the West Door. Inside the church there is a war memorial to the men of the New Town and Roe Green who were killed in the First World War. Outside, within the churchyard, there are 22 Commonwealth War Graves. Picture: Supplied.

The de Havilland Philharmonic performed a concert in Flanders Fields featuring music composed around the time of the Great War. The concert ended with Vaughan Williams� Pastoral Symphony, dramatically interpreted in live paintings by James Mayhew and interwoven with classic war poetry.
This was followed by the showing of A County at War, Life on the Home Front in Hertfordshire (Armistice Centenary Edition)  written and directed by DL Howard Guard MBE DL and commissioned by HM Lieutenancy of Hertfordshire. Dr Guard was in the audience.
Deputy Lieutenant Dr Guard then pressed the button to light the de Havilland Beacon. Originally sited in Hatfield in 1934 the beacon helped pilots navigate their way back to the Hatfield Aerodrome safely during the second World War. After falling into disrepair this was restored and returned to the de Havilland site in 2013. Picture: Pete Stevens.The de Havilland Philharmonic performed a concert in Flanders Fields featuring music composed around the time of the Great War. The concert ended with Vaughan Williams� Pastoral Symphony, dramatically interpreted in live paintings by James Mayhew and interwoven with classic war poetry. This was followed by the showing of A County at War, Life on the Home Front in Hertfordshire (Armistice Centenary Edition) written and directed by DL Howard Guard MBE DL and commissioned by HM Lieutenancy of Hertfordshire. Dr Guard was in the audience. Deputy Lieutenant Dr Guard then pressed the button to light the de Havilland Beacon. Originally sited in Hatfield in 1934 the beacon helped pilots navigate their way back to the Hatfield Aerodrome safely during the second World War. After falling into disrepair this was restored and returned to the de Havilland site in 2013. Picture: Pete Stevens.

The de Havilland Philharmonic performed a concert in Flanders Fields featuring music composed around the time of the Great War. The concert ended with Vaughan Williams� Pastoral Symphony, dramatically interpreted in live paintings by James Mayhew and interwoven with classic war poetry.
This was followed by the showing of A County at War, Life on the Home Front in Hertfordshire (Armistice Centenary Edition)  written and directed by DL Howard Guard MBE DL and commissioned by HM Lieutenancy of Hertfordshire. Dr Guard was in the audience.
Deputy Lieutenant Dr Guard then pressed the button to light the de Havilland Beacon. Originally sited in Hatfield in 1934 the beacon helped pilots navigate their way back to the Hatfield Aerodrome safely during the second World War. After falling into disrepair this was restored and returned to the de Havilland site in 2013. Picture: Pete Stevens.The de Havilland Philharmonic performed a concert in Flanders Fields featuring music composed around the time of the Great War. The concert ended with Vaughan Williams� Pastoral Symphony, dramatically interpreted in live paintings by James Mayhew and interwoven with classic war poetry. This was followed by the showing of A County at War, Life on the Home Front in Hertfordshire (Armistice Centenary Edition) written and directed by DL Howard Guard MBE DL and commissioned by HM Lieutenancy of Hertfordshire. Dr Guard was in the audience. Deputy Lieutenant Dr Guard then pressed the button to light the de Havilland Beacon. Originally sited in Hatfield in 1934 the beacon helped pilots navigate their way back to the Hatfield Aerodrome safely during the second World War. After falling into disrepair this was restored and returned to the de Havilland site in 2013. Picture: Pete Stevens.



For Remebrance Day on Sunday, November 11, Michael Allen, of Welham Green, created life size head and shoulder silhouettes of the men as part of the commemoration of the First World War. Attached to them was the details of the man who died in the war. He wanted to create the display to bring home to people what the men went through and how much they sacrificed.
The display is at St Marys Church, North Mymms.
For Remebrance Day on Sunday, November 11, Michael Allen, of Welham Green, created life size head and shoulder silhouettes of the men as part of the commemoration of the First World War. Attached to them was the details of the man who died in the war. He wanted to create the display to bring home to people what the men went through and how much they sacrificed. The display is at St Marys Church, North Mymms.



For Remebrance Day on Sunday, November 11, Michael Allen, of Welham Green, created life size head and shoulder silhouettes of the men as part of the commemoration of the First World War. Attached to them was the details of the man who died in the war. He wanted to create the display to bring home to people what the men went through and how much they sacrificed.
The display is at St Marys Church, North Mymms.
For Remebrance Day on Sunday, November 11, Michael Allen, of Welham Green, created life size head and shoulder silhouettes of the men as part of the commemoration of the First World War. Attached to them was the details of the man who died in the war. He wanted to create the display to bring home to people what the men went through and how much they sacrificed. The display is at St Marys Church, North Mymms.

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