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Remembrance Day 2020

Remembrance Day 2021 decisions will be made nationally in late Summer.

2020 commemorations across the country were changed greatly due to the Covid-19 pandemic.  Like other towns, after consultation, Abingdon cancelled the parade and Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial in order to protect those taking part, members of the public and veterans of all conflicts.

The two-minute silence at 11.00 am on Sunday 8th November was observed on doorsteps. This was encouraged by government and the Royal British Legion (“the Legion”) and undertaken by Town Council and many residents.

WE WILL REMEMBER THEM.

Abingdon-on-Thames Town Council.

Please see below the video of the wreath laying by the Civic Party.  The Civic Party was led by the Mayor, Cllr Charlie Birks and consisted of Felicity Dick, Deputy Lieutenant of the County of Oxfordshire; Cllr Margaret Crick, Chair of the Vale of White Horse District Council and Geoff Howarth of the Royal British Legion.  They were accompanied by the Town Clerk Nigel Warner and Assistant Town Clerk Steve Rich.

Video by Louise Brown, Town Council Communications, Marketing and Events Officer.

 

 

 

 

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