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Millbank at the commemoration of the 70th Anniversary of the QARANC Featured

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Members of the branch attended the symposium held at DMS Whittington.
Lectures were most interesting & prizes were presented by our Colonel in Chief, The Countess of Wessex. 
In the evening, there was a sunset ceremony held at the main memorial of The National Arboretum. Although cold, it remained dry. The service was conducted by The Venerable Clinton Langston QHC CF, The Chaplain General.  
Following a moving service, we all had a good heartwarming meal at The Arboretum. Music was provided by he Royal Signals.  
The following day we all made our way back to DMS Whittington Garrison Church for our Commemoration Thanksgiving Service.  
The excellent service was lead by Padre Jason Clarke MBE CF.
Major Alison Cripps sang two beautiful solos.  
The service was followed by a very good curry lunch.  
Both events was attended by the Chief Nurse of the US Army Nursing Service. Col Alison McCourt & our two Colonel Commandants were also in attendance.  
As always, it was an honour to be with friends, old comrades & young soldiers.
We were made very welcome & it was special.  
A wonderful way to celebrate 70 years of our Corps.
 
Lindi Kibbey.
Chairman

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