On a surprisingly sunny afternoon, it was standing room only in All Saints’ church, for some of those who attended the parade and service at 3pm. A print run of 250 orders of service proved well insufficient, and the congregation experienced a memorable occasion with the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the Great War foremost in their minds. The church choir opened the service with a rendering of Vaughan Williams’ Let us now praise famous men. After the reading out of the names of the fallen from Wrington of both wars, they sang the Russian Kontakion of the Departed. Once again, Richard Whiting gave a totally professional quality performance of the Last Post and Reveille.