1461 Cadets and Staff turned out in force early on Remembrance Sunday morning to pay their respects to those who have lost their lives in the field of conflict and those who continue to serve today.
The cadets assembled in the village of Croft, where the service was to be held. Prior to the service the parade assembled on Winston Avenue and marched to the Memorials and the service began just before 1100. Wreathes were laid by the memorial from various organisations including the ATC whose Wreathe was laid by Cadet John McLean. The service was full of thought, emotion and reflection with hymns and prayers to engage the large audience. The service was followed by a march back to the starting point and refreshments were available from Croft following the service.
“When you go home, tell them of us and say. For your tomorrow we gave our today.”
Cdt Sgt A.Woodford