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100 years on We will remember them

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Meg Munn MP attended this year’s Remembrance Sunday service to remember the nation’s war dead on the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War.

She joined the Lord Mayor, Deputy Lieutenant, High Sheriff, and Master Cutler, current armed forces officers and ex-servicemen and women for a moving ceremony at Barkers Pool. It was well attended by thousands of local people who cheered past and present military personnel and heard an emotive version of the Last Post from the Salvation Army Band.

The ceremony culminated with a 2 minutes silence and wreath laying. This included a tribute to Meg’s constituent, ex-serviceman Tony Bale, who sadly passed away in 2008.

Meg then visited the 38th Signal Regiment at the Manor Top Territorial Army Centre in her constituency. Remembrance Day was particularly poignant for the Regiment as it marked their last year leading Sheffield’s Remembrance Day commemorations due to army reorganisation.

Meg said:

“Remembrance Sunday is always an emotional occasion and it is an honour to pay my respects and acknowledge the sacrifice made by the thousands of men and women who lost their lives so that we could have our freedom.

My thoughts are also with those soldiers currently serving their country in conflicts around the world.”

Associated Photograph :

Meg with members of the 38th Signal Regiment

Meg with members of the 38th Signal Regiment


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