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REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY 2014

Sunday 9th November 2014 saw the Royal British Legion commemorate those who have died in Wars and Conflicts past and present at Louth's annual Remembrance Sunday event.  A Wreath Laying service took place at Louth War Memorial from 10.30am and the Mayor, Councillor Andrew Leonard laid a Wreath on behalf of Louth Town Council.  The Reverend Nick Brown said prayers at the War Memorial and Councillor Gus Robertson, the President of the Royal British Legion Louth Branch said the Eulogy.  Adam Barter played the bugle to begin and end a two minute silence which provided a unique opportunity for us to reflect on lives lost during all the Wars in which this country has fought.  Those assembled then paraded to St. James’ Church for Divine Service.  Public support was magnificent.  Louth Town Council would like to thank the British Legion Louth Branch, the Team Parish of Louth, the drummers, the bugler, all those parading uniformed services and all the youngsters who were in attendance as their participation made the event the reverent and honourable occasion that the brave servicemen and women who gave their lives for this Country deserve.

 

On Tuesday 11th November a smaller contingent also gathered at the War Memorial for a short Act of Remembrance at 11am.  On this occasion Louth was lucky enough to be graced with the presence of a Chelsea Pensioner who was originally a Louth boy.

WE WILL REMEMBER THEM

 

 

 

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