High Street remembers on Sunday
PUBLISHED: 12:00 15 November 2010
CROWDS gathered outside the war memorial in Worle High Street on Sunday in a service of remembrance.
More people than ever turned up to show their respects and observe a two-minute silence.
A service of prayers, hymns and reading was lead by Richard Stableford, a reader at St Martin’s Church and representatives from the Royal British Legion.
Poppy wreathes were laid by members of the community and the traffic was stopped for the two-minute silence.
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