Ruth and her family have come to Bernafay Wood B&B for many years and this year we are particularly happy for Ruth because her animated short film, which has been a long time in preparation, has been completely finished.
A War to End No Wars, was released on-line on the 1st July 2017 to coincide with the 101st battle of the Somme anniversary and it seems to have been well received so far.
The film has been working its way round the international film festival circuit over the last 6 months and has been chosen multiple times as an Official Selection worldwide as well as an being an award winner.
To read more about the film, please go to the official film website: www.awartoendnowars.com
Barry and Joy wrote :
Dear Christine and Jean-Pierre,
We cannot thank you enough for all your help, hospitality, kindness and involvement during our visit to the grave to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the death of
Walter W Hayward. It was a perfect day for everyone and all we had hoped for and planned. Perhaps more ! None of this would
have been possible without your contribution. Jean-Pierre's attendance at the cemetery was very much appreciated by the family.
With our sincere thanks and best wishes from his grandchildren, great grandchildren and great, great grandchildren.
On July 1st, 2016, a remembrance to the memory of Liverpool and Manchester’s pals began with a march of the delegation of Liverpool with Liverpool "Corps of Drums "
This march began from Bernafay wood up to the Liverpool and Manchester's pals memorial in the village of Montauban de Picardie for a wreath laying
This display was put by Mike spring 2016 on the dinning room wall.
Mike's aunt was given all the letters by her grandfather but she doesn't realise how important it was.
Of course Mike did and did the story.
The grandfather Mr Alcock was at side of Captain Nevill, he was his friend.
Mr Charles Alcock survived the war and be old man.