Sun­day si­lence planned as Camp­bel­town re­mem­bers

Campbeltown Courier - - NEWS -

VAR­I­OUS events this week­end will com­mem­o­rate those who have died in the ser­vice of their coun­try.

On Armistice day, to­mor­row (Satur­day), at 10.30am, there will be a small pub­lic out­door ser­vice at the Com­mon­wealth war graves ceme­tery in Kilk­er­ran Road.

Small wooden crosses will be laid at each grave.

Sun­day’s ser­vice at the Es­planade’s war me­mo­rial, led by Rev­erend Philip Wal­lace, will be­gin at 10.50am.


A pa­rade led by a pipe band and in­clud­ing mem­bers of the Camp­bel­town branch of the Royal Bri­tish Le­gion Scot­land will march to the war me­mo­rial be­fore the two-minute si­lence at 11am.

RBLS chair­man Ge­orge Rah­man said: ‘Those wish­ing to join the march should as­sem­ble in Vic­to­ria hall at 10.30am.

‘Fol­low­ing the of­fi­cial wreath lay­ing cer­e­mony at the war me­mo­rial there will be an op­por­tu­nity for in­di­vid­u­als to lay flo­ral trib­utes.’


Richard Cameron, Camp­bel­town’s Poppy Con­venor for Poppy Scot­land, was as­sisted by Flora Ed­wards as they sold pop­pies and wooden crosses in ad­vance of Re­mem­brance day.

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