A small service took place yesterday, on Remembrance Sunday, at the Christchurch C of E Church in Chorleywood.
On November 8, representatives of the local councils and Royal British Legion (RBL) attended a small service at the village’s church.
They were the only people allowed as the second national lockdown is currently in place.
They laid the wreaths in memory of the fallen.
There was no congregation but the service was streamed live for people to join in.
Yvonne Merritt the clerk to Chorleywood Parish Council said: “The parish council gives thanks and supports the work of the Royal British Legion and The Poppy Appeal with their fundraising.”
Cllr Debbie Rosario, chairman of the parish council said: “It’s an honour to lay a wreath on Remembrance Sunday for those who served and were lost serving for their country during World War 1 and World War 2.”
The Parish Rangers had also put up poppies on various lamp posts throughout the village.