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Remembrance Service in the Square, Sunday 12 November 2017

The parade and service were blessed by a bright but very cold day. There was a good attendance by townspeople, uniformed groups and, of course, members of the British Legion.

The service was lead by the Rev'd Canon Will Hughes, vicar of St Peters, the reading was undertaken by Cmdr Clive Lewis, Chairman of the Petersfield Royal British Legion and the prayers were red by Cllr Jamie Matthews, Mayor of Petersfield.

Below: Photographs taken before and during the parade and service:

As always the Square and several surrounding roads were closed to traffic, with members of the Town Chaplaincy team manning road closures
   
Music in the square was provided my musicians from Churcher's College and singers from TPS (The Petersfield School). The Petersfield Salvation Army Band provided music at the War Memorial
   
The parade was headed by the Marching Band from the Maritime Training Ship Active Members of the British Legion take their place in the square
   
Rev'd Canon Will Hughes The reading, John, Chapter 15 verses 9 to 17, was read by Commander Clive Lewis, Chairman of the Petersfield Royal British Legion
   
The prayers were read by counsellor Jamie Matthews,
Mayor of Petersfield
Damian Hinds, Member of Parliament for the East Hampshire, at the War Memorial

 

See accounts and photographs of Remembrance Day services in earlier years - Remembrance Service in Petersfield

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