A wish to place wreaths or a few flowers by our wayside Crucifix on the anniversaries of the day when their relatives or friends died for our Country

People wanted to remember their loved ones who had fallen in the war.

St. Agnes’, Spital

Many people have expressed a wish to place wreaths or a few flowers by our wayside Crucifix on the anniversaries of the day when their relatives or friends died for our Country, and the question is often asked whether this may be done. It may indeed most certainly be done, and it is earnestly hoped that all who wish to thus perpetuate the memory of those who are dear to them will do so at any time as well as on the anniversaries, and will ask for prayer for his soul at the Holy Eucharist on the day that he died.

Clewer parish magazine, September 1919 (D/P39/28A/9)

Every man, woman, and child should subscribe 1d. a day to help the King and the Country to beat the enemy and gain victory and a lasting, good peace

Cranbourne people were urged to contribute financially.

On the 1st of February the Munition Works, Spital, Windsor, War Savings Association completed the first year. As so many residents of Cranbourne and Winkfield are subscribers, it may interest them to hear that 14,353 sixpenny coupons have been collected during the year, representing a sum of £358 16s. 6d. paid into the Treasury, London, for war services. Members are urged to press and invite others to subscribe and support the good cause. Every man, woman, and child should subscribe 1d. a day or 6d. per week to help the King and the Country to beat the enemy and gain victory and a lasting, good peace. No one should hesitate, but join at once; and remember, every penny lent to the Government helps in the long run to win the war.

Mr. Lenoard Creasy, of Hurstleigh, Windosr Forest, will be glad to furnish all particulars to any one who wishes to subscribe to the National War Savings Fund.

Cranbourne section of Winkfield and Warfield Magazine, March 1918 (D/P 151/28A/10/3)