On Tuesday 9th November 10 children from years 3- 6 visited St Mary Magdalene church in town as part of the annual remembrance service.
Children from schools around Newark congregated at the Buttermarket where they were met by the town mayor and other dignitaries. A procession led through the market place to the remembrance garden where wreaths were laid at 11am. King's children who participated were either members of school parliament or British values ambassadors. Each school made their own wreath and our contribution contained beautiful knitted poppies made by members of the community. Following the wreath laying ceremony a service was held in the church where Harriet and Harmony gave a Bible reading.