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Queen Anne Remembrance Service 2013

On the 11th of November every year Queen Anne holds a rememberance service in honour of those who have died in the war. As always, the service was impeccable. The choir were singing the hyms along with the audience and the wind band performed alongside bagpipes. A selection of seniors read war poems and the higher drama department performed a short play.

The service ended with Queen Anne pupils laying poppy wreaths. The wreaths were laid as a mark of respect to the soldiers who not only died in the war but also the ones who fought through their service and survived. As well as wreath laying there was a medal honouring service held. This medal was for a veteran whose medal was never officially awarded through ceremony.

The service was elequant and well executed. The presentations were a great representation of how harrowing the wars then and now are. poppy

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