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Remembering Enfield's fallen

Monday, 11 November 2013

Marching band: A scout plays the bugle

Marching band: A scout plays the bugle

In attendance: The mayor of Enfield arrives

In attendance: The mayor of Enfield arrives

Paying respect: Reflective moment

Paying respect: Reflective moment

Leading the parade: The service was organised by the Enfield branch of the Royal British Legion

Leading the parade: The service was organised by the Enfield branch of the Royal British Legion

Salute: A member of the Air Training Corps paying respect

Salute: A member of the Air Training Corps paying respect

In the spotlight: Enfield War memorial

In the spotlight: Enfield War memorial



VETERANS, cadets and councillors gathered the remember the fallen on Sunday.

On the crisp and bright afternoon the mayor of Enfield took part in the service held at Enfield war memorial in Chase Green, Chase Side, Enfield Town. Wreaths were laid by the British Legion, members of the air and sea cadets, Salvation Army, Enfield Police as well as the scouts.

Before the event Enfield Council leader Doug Taylor said: “Once again it is time to remember all those who served or gave their lives in conflict for the cause of freedom. We also remember civilians who were or still are caught up in the devastation it causes.”

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Posted by : Donald, Palmers | Monday 11/Nov/2013 | Report this comment

Did the MET get their man? A bad tempered impatient motorist travelling west along Church Street careered around the duty traffic policeman to go south along Old Park Ridings.


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