Lest We Forget...
The Royal British Legion’s Service of Remembrance will take place outside the Town Hall in Luton on Remembrance Sunday, November 11.
The service will honour people who have given their lives in past and present conflicts, and starts with groups parading from Park Street West to the war memorial where at 11am a two minute silence will be observed.
The silence will start and end by the sounding of the Last Post and Reveille by Alan Norman from the Salvation Army.
There will then be readings and prayers followed by a parade around the war memorial, before the parade marches back to Park Street West.
Mayor of Luton, Councillor Syd Knight said: “Remembrance Sunday is a way of acknowledging the many men and women in the armed services who have sacrificed their lives for their country and serves as an opportunity for us to express our gratitude for their selfless acts.
“We should also not forget the ongoing conflicts and the exceptional bravery of those who are continuing to fight in wars across the world to protect and save the lives of many others.”
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Tuesday 21 May 2013
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