Remembrance Sunday at Cahors

On Sunday 10th November the congregation at Terre Rouge had their annual service of remembrance. Ray Boyd, who enriches our singing with his cornet playing, played the Last Post and Reveille either side of the two minutes silence. After this the wreath was laid in front of the alter. This year, out of respect for our French hosts, as well as poppies, we had a collecting box for the bleuet, which proved popular, as the whole stock went.

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