Winner - Caroline Barefield - Elizabeth Close Henley
2nd Kim Deeley - and Trevor Bailey
3rd Lance Corporal Natasha Bryant of
Park Road, Henley
Our Branch asked residents of Henley to turn their windows red, white and blue in a show of unity, remembrance and celebration and then send in a pictures to us. A large number of events had to be cancelled due to the Covid 19 situation, so it was very gratifying to see that Henley still was able to honour the day in their own way and took up the challenge to spread red, white and blue liberally for all to see.
Our branch chairman, John Green thanked everyone who entered . he said What was so good to see was how creative people could be. - it wasn't just one member of a family doing it. It was a combined effort and there were some terrific originality on show.
Anne Evans, who was one of the judges, said "The only way we could show any recognition for this was to catch the eyes of passers-by.
It was also an opportunity for parents to explain to their children what it was all about. Its most important that the youngsters of today understand so they can pass this on to their"
Joint 3rd Georgina Tilby - Whitchurch Hill
Royal British Legion
VE Day Window Contest