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The Town Remembers

One of the largest ever attendances was seen at the Annual Remembrance Parade and Service on Sunday 9 November at the Memorial Gardens, Brighton Road, Horley.  Branch Chaplin, the Reverend John Glasspool, conducted the Service.  The parade was led by the Band of the Redhill Corps of Drums followed by those in the procession including war veterans, Councillors, Scouts, Army Cadets, Local Schools and Organisations marching up Victoria Road from the Royal British Legion Headquarters in Albert Road.  The Memorial Gardens were filled to the brim as residents, young and old, congregated on a bright and crisp autumn day.  Wreaths were laid by representatives of the British Legion, local government, cadets forces schools and many community groups etc at the Memorial.  Susy Radio who broadcast a live transmission at the service will shortly be making a “listen again” clip available from their website.


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