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Conisbrough gathers in Remembrance

Remembrance_Conisbro.JPGCaroline Flint paid tribute to the huge turnout from veterans, residents and youth organisations, for the Centenary Remembrance Service that began at St Peter's Church, Conisbrough and ended at the Cenotaph at the foot of Conisbrough Castle.

Said Caroline: "On this special day of Remembrance, 100 years after the outbreak of World War One, the turnout was wonderful for this service and march to the Cenotaph.

"The Royal British Legion, led by their standard bearer, Branch Chairman Peter Henderson, organised a memorable event.

Remembrance_Sunday_Conisbrough.JPGThe MP joined local councillors to lay wreaths at the foot of one of Doncaster's most striking war memorials, set with the towering walls of Conisbrough Castle in the background.

See the Conisbrough & Denaby 100's names being read out on Remembrance Sunday at the Tower of London.

Photos - Right: Honouring the fallen - l to r Peter Henderson, Cllr Sandra Holland, Cllr Craig Sahman, Cllr Chris Mills, Caroline Flint and Rev Canon Mark Wigglesworth.

Left: Caroline with Peter Henderson and Rev Canon Mark Wigglesworth

Read Caroline's article Honour the Debt.

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