Evington & 2502 (Hamilton) Squadron Air Training Corps pay their respects to the fallen.
On a cold and sunny morning the Villagers of Evington, cadets and staff of 2502 (Hamilton) Squadron Air Training Corps (ATC) held their annual Remembrance Service. After a gap of almost 13 years they also held a parade to mark the day.
In front of a crowd of villagers Revd Anthony Lees-Smith of St Denys Church Evington conducted a short service at the Village's war memorial. The service included the act of remembrance, wreath laying and the two minutes silence at 11 o'clock. Wreath layers included Mr Booton a representative from the Evington branch of the Royal British Legion who also read out the names of the fallen from the Village.
After the service the cadets and staff of 2502 squadron and Evington scouts marched from the memorial to the church behind the cross of the church. A full service was held in St Denys Church in front of full congregation, followed by prayers at the garden of remembrance.
The cadets and staff of 2502 (Hamilton) Squadron ATC then marched back to the parish hall car park for a formal dismiss of the parade.
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After the service St Denys Church held refreshments for all the guest and congregation.