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Tuesday, 28 March 2017 20:08

Corps Day 2017 - Millbank Branch

Millbank Branch held it's annual Corps Day on Sunday 26th March at The Royal Hospital Chelsea.
 
52 members were made very welcome by the Chaplain Rev Stephen Brookes. The Standard was paraded by Cpl Annette Bowden-Whisker from 256 (City of London) Field Hospital & was escorted by branch members Adele Rutledge & Sally Mears. On retiring the Corps march was played. The service was followed by a curry lunch in The In Pensioners Club. We had a happy & successful day.
 
7 members from the branch also attended National Corps day on the Saturday 25th March at the Royal Garrison Church. The Millbank Standard was paraded by Janet Watson, following which we proceeded to The Royal Pavilion for a very pleasant reception. 
 
 
Saturday, 19 November 2016 00:00

Remembrance 2016

Remembrance Weekend Millbank branch were delighted to have attended the following Remembrance ceremonies. Firstly 8 of the Branch attended the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey in the presence of the Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Harry of Wales. 6 members paraded at The Cenotaph which was a very humbling experience. One of our members was also ther in her St. John's Ambulance capacity. Also members attended the service at St. Paul's Cathedral where our branch standard was paraded. They then marched with the veterans to the Mansion House where a curry lunch is enjoyed by all those present. We were all very lucky that the rain stayed away for every ceremony. We were all very honoured to have represented the branch at such special occasions.
Wednesday, 30 April 2014 00:00

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