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Swynnerton Roses Honoured at Annual Armistice Day Celebration

The annual Armistice Day lunch held by Landmarc Support Services and the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) once again honoured the ladies who worked at Swynnerton Training Camp in World War II – fondly named the ‘Swynnerton Roses’. The Swynnerton Roses were invited along with their family members to the lunch pays respect to these ladies and remembers those who lost ...

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Swynnerton Roses honoured at remembrance event

Swynnerton Roses

The Swynnerton Roses – ladies who worked at the village’s ammunitions factory during the Second World War – have been remembered and honoured at an event in the village. Landmarc Support Services and the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) hosted their annual Swynnerton Roses and residents lunch. The event honours these ladies and remember those who lost their lives to protect our ...

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Swynnerton Roses honoured with flowerbed and plaque

A plaque and flowerbed were officially unveiled in Stone today to honour the surviving Swynnerton Roses and those who are no longer with us. The bed, which has been planted by Stone in Bloom members at Walton Community Centre, contains 12 rose plants, each supplied by David Austin Roses and individually sponsored by a member of the community. The plaque, sponsored by George Beecham, was unveiled ...

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Flowerbed and plaque to honour Swynnerton Roses

On Tuesday July 28th, Walton Community Centre will welcome some of the surviving Swynnerton Roses to the centre’s newly planted commemorative rose bed. The bed, which has been planted by Stone in Bloom members, honours the memory of the surviving Swynnerton Roses and those who are no longer with us. Each rose plant supplied by David Austin Roses has been individually sponsored. ...

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