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The Cenotaph - Millbank Branch

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The Cenotaph.
On a beautiful sunny autumn morning 7 members joined the QAs to march past the Cenotaph. There was a good turn out this year. We were delighted to meet up again with the ladies from Newcastle.  Major Jacqueline Hall was interviewed by the BBC about her experience in Afghanistan.  This year we were at the very back of the parade but it had it's compensation - we were on the telly! As always, we all were proud to be there particularly as it was the centenary of the Armistice.  
Another Remembrance week gone & I am very proud that branch members are so supportive of the events.


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