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5:45am 11th November 2014

Cornwall is marking Armistice Day with a string of services across the Duchy.

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Tuesday 11 November 2014  -  Parade of Standards and short service followed by  2 minute silence at the Keep, Bodmin  - Start time 1030.

Tuesday 11 November - 2 minute silence will be observed at the Triangle, Bude.


Tuesday 11 November - 1100 short service of Remembrance, to include a 2 minutes silence to be held at Callington War Memorial.

Tuesday 11 November - Children's Open Air Service - Camborne War Memorial

All Camborne Schools invited to an open air service commencing at 1045. Children will lay Posies of Poppies on the War Memorial. Children and staff should wear appropriate clothing as this service will take place in the open air.


Tuesday 11 November - 2 minute silence will be observed at 1100 at the Fore Street Chapel.  

Tuesday 11 November - 2 minute silence will be observed at 1100 at Tintagel Roundabout.


Tuesday, 11 November - Short Service of Remembrance and Two Minute Silence.  Muster Prince of Wales Pier (St Nazaire Memorial) 1045 (N.B. No wreath laying).



Tuesday 11 November - 2 minute Silence to be observed at the garden of Remembrance.
Helston Branch is also putting on a Remembrance Day Concert at St Michaels Church at 1930 with Culdroses Military Choir


Tuesday 11 November - 2 minute silence to be observed at the War memorial.


Tuesday 11 November - At 1100 hours, 2 Minutes Silence will be observed at the War Memorial located on the Headland, followed by a wreath laying ceremony.


Tuesday 11 November - RBL and members of the public to muster at 1050 outside The Institute in Market Place (by Barclays Bank) for a 2 minute silence at 1100.


Tuesday 11 November - 2 mins silence will be observed at 1100 at Penryn Memorial Garden, Quay Hill.


Tuesday 11 November at 1100, 2min silence will be held at the War Memorial


Tuesday 11 November - Wreath laying ceremony to take place at 1100 at St Agnes Parish Church War Memorial.  


Tuesday 11 November - 2 minute silence will be observed at 1100 by the War Memorial, St Columb Major.


Tuesday 11 November - Service at the War Memorial from 1030 hours.  Wet weather routine - Service will be held in the Church.

Tuesday 11 November - 1000 to 1200 coffee and cakes served at the Legion Club. Two minute silence observed at 1100 with rest of Nation.



Tuesday 11 November Observation of National Two Minute silence in Sparrow Park (Opposite Post Office), all to muster by 10:55 latest.

Tuesday 11 November - Muster at the War Memorial in Boscawen Street at 1055 to observe 2 minute silence at 1100.

Into the church at 1100 for the full service (all welcome).

Following the silence there will be a 'Fall of 10,000 Poppies', one for each of the Cornish war dead, onto the floor of the cathedral.

The poppies have been made by school children from all over Cornwall and also by visitors to the cathedral, over the last ten months, as part of the cathedral's Cornwall Remembers project to mark the centenary of the start of the First World War and supported by the Arts Council and Heritage Lottery Fund.


Tuesday 11 November - Short Act of Remembrance will be conducted outside Wadebridge Town Hall at 1100 .

5:45am 11th November 2014

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