GALLERY: Services to honour the fallen on Remembrance Sunday

PUBLISHED: 08:25 12 November 2013 | UPDATED: 08:25 12 November 2013

The service taking place in Royston

The service taking place in Royston


People came together this weekend to remember those who gave up their lives serving their country in conflicts around the world.

Services took place around Crow country. In Royston on Sunday, people gathered at the Royal British Legion club in Mill Road before marching to the war memorial in Melbourn Street for a service of remembrance.

On Monday, November 11, there was a two-minutes silence at the memorial, and at the American memorial in Priory Memorial Gardens. Royston’s mayor, Cllr Bob Smith, was among those who laid wreaths.


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