Armistice Day


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Armistice Day services were held at locations across Huddersfield and Britain.
Members of the Bedworth Armistice Day committee at the service at the Ricoh Arena
ON THIS DAY LAST YEAR: Prince Harry led the country in remembering the fallen on Armistice Day, laying a wreath at the National Memorial Arboretum.
Former president Francois Hollande and Nicolas Sarkozy also attended the Armistice Day ceremony in Paris.
Some 98 years after the first Armistice Day was held, schools, workplaces, shopping centres and public buildings across the country still fall silent at 11am to remember those who have died in conflict.
Tickets for the performance which takes place on Armistice day, are available (PS11-PS10) from 01286 685 222 or at galericaernarfon.
When Armistice Day was declared, the intent was to pay homage to those veterans.
They had been reminded prior to the trip to be mindful of the rememberance ceremony being held there for Armistice Day on the mornining of the match.
The preparations for today's World Cup qualifying clash were put on hold at 11am as the team and staff were joined by 200 military personnel in observing the Armistice Day two-minute tribute.
The force had urged football fans to respect Armistice Day events ahead of the football.
A two-minute silence will be observed in schools, council buildings and workplaces at 11am to commemorate Armistice Day, and a series of events has been organised across the region to pay tribute to those who lost their lives in the two world wars and other conflicts.
A two-minute silence will be observed in schools, council buildings and workplaces at 11am to commemorate Armistice Day, and a series of events have been organised across the region to pay tribute to those who lost their lives in the two World Wars and other conflicts.
Prime Minister David Cameron has marked Armistice day by laying a wreath on HMS Bulwark in Malta.
The town's cenotaph outside Albert Park on Linthorpe Road hosts three events during November - for the laying of the first poppy, Remembrance Sunday, and Armistice Day.
REV Canon Evans, 91, officiate today annual Armistice Day Service, at Naval Memorial, Liverpool Pier at 10.