SUNDAY 11TH NOVEMBER- REMEMBRANCE SERVICE
This year (2018) Remembrance day fell on Armitage day which also commemorated 100 years after the end of the First World War.
On Sunday the 11th of November, hundreds of people, including the High Sheriff, gathered outside Worcester Cathedral and down the high street to remember and commemorate all those who suffered and fought in the World Wars. Following the traditional Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial, the service and the 2 minute silence at 11:00am, poppies were fired out of a canon over the crowds. This commenced the Military parade down the high street that ended at the Guild Hall.
The service was a great tribute to all that have given their lives to us and the High Sheriff was extremely proud to be a part of it.
We will remember them.