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16 October 2014

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Remembrance Sunday 2006

2005 Remembrance Sunday parade marches away from Lewis War Memorial
This Sunday is Remembrance Sunday, and in Stornoway there will be three services in separate churches. Each church accommodates different sections of veterans and services. All church services commence at 10.50 am, and participants should assemble at 10.45.

Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, Highlands & Islands Fire Brigade - St Columba's Church, Lewis Street

Royal Navy, Army - Stornoway High Church, Matheson Road

Lord Lieutenant, Royal British Legion, RAF Association, Air Training Corps, Merchant Navy, British Nuclear Testing Veterans Association - Martin's Memorial Church, Francis Street

A separate parade will be held at 10.30 from the Royal British Legion, with participants requested to be present at 10.15. The parade will conclude outside the County Hotel in Francis Street.

A wreath-laying service is to be held at the Lewis War Memorial at 12.30pm, and transport there will be arranged to start from the Royal British Legion at 12.15.

All medals should be worn at all occasions mentioned above.
Memorial outside TA Barracks
Posted on Arnish Lighthouse at 16:37

Comments

Does this mean that Mod winners have to wear their medals?

calumadmiral from DSO Bar and Lounge


Does this mean I have to wear my 50 metres backstroke medal?

Ewan of the flippers from Stornoway swimming pool


I went on Jim'll Fix-it when I were a lad. Does this mean I have to wear my "Jim fixed it for me" medal?

Angus McAngus from Now then, now then


That's enough medals.

Ed from Private Eye


Oh. Is it too late to bring Blue Peter badges up?

Flying Cat from halfway up a hornpipe




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