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Monday, 01 May 2017 17:56

Remembrance Sunday at the 2016 Cenotaph Service and Parade in Whitehall

Several Millbank Branch members marched with other veterans and services at this year’s parade, joining the large QARANC group at this moving event. The early muster and wait was an opportunity to reunite with colleagues, chat with new acquaintances and to marvel at the numbers who had turned out both to march and to support. We were able to meet briefly with Millbank member Deirdre Barr, there in her senior role with St John’s Ambulance.

The QARANC group looked smart, marched well past the Cenotaph and proudly marched past Prince Charles who took this year’s salute. A humbling and moving day.

Judy Cook

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