Sun 08 Nov 2020 21:17

Our now traditional Remembrance Day service didn't take on it's usual format, for obvious reasons. However, as a club we still wanted to take time to remember those who have given the biggest sacrifice for our today.

Wreaths were laid by club President, John Dennis, Co-club Captain, Claire Umpleby-Turner and youth section player, Harry Isom. We were, as always joined by Major John Rose who delivered his usual excellent part of the service, which you can see below.

It was a low-key service organised by Blair MacGillivray, General Manager, and overseen by Paul Milham, Chairman, to ensure we adhered to Government advice and social distancing but the right thing to do.

Check out the footage from today, here.

Big thank you to everyone invovled both today and in the build up.

Lest we forget.

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