excerpt from 'Down Memory Lane' pp. 85 (144 words)

excerpt from 'Down Memory Lane' pp. 85 (144 words)

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Down Memory Lane

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[Cecil Harwood married Gladys Woodward in December 1925. Their first son Douglas was born June 1927. The family moved to Box, Wiltshire in 1941]

 

We attended the church at Box and the Rev. A. Moltin was the Vicar. We got to know him well and Douglas sometimes went around with his son Basil. All through the war the church bells were only to be rung if invasion was imminent, but when the tables were turned and we took our forces over and landed on French soil, which proved the turning point of the war, the Church bells were allowed to ring out again. On that first Sunday morning we were walking over the meadows to Box church, the sun was shining and I think Gladys felt the same as myself, how beautiful to hear them peal out their message of good will, it made one feel better. 

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