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Pictures: town falls silent to mark Armistice Day


Nailsworth fell silent at 11am on Saturday to mark Armistice Day.

The last post was sounded by Major Jonno Lawrence, and after the two-minute silence wreaths were laid by Mayor Mike Kelly and his wife Wendy on behalf of the Town Council, and Ruth Aldridge on behalf of the Royal British Legion.

The short service was conducted by Rev Caroline Bland at the Clock Tower on the junction of Bridge Street and George Street.

On Sunday, November 12th, a Remembrance parade will take place at 10.30am from Nailsworth Bus Station to St George’s Church where wreaths will be laid at the war memorial after the church service.

Pictures by Matt Bigwood

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