Remembrance Day Events08/11/18
Events are taking place in Dundee on Sunday November 11 to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War.
Lord Provost Ian Borthwick will join the people of Dundee, dignitaries, representatives of the armed forces, veterans and cadets to remember those who fell.
The city’s Remembrance Day will begin at 6am at St Paul’s Cathedral when a piper will play Battle’s Over at the moment when the armistice was signed a century ago.
The day’s events include:
Parade from High School down Reform Street
11am Two minute silence held at the Garden of Remembrance, St Mary's Church Nethergate.
Wreath laying will take place at the Garden of Remembrance, Then a service will follow at St Mary’s.
At around 12.15pm, the Lord Provost and party make their way to The Law War Memorial for a wreath laying service.
2:30pm Submarine Memorial Event
Submarine Memorial - City Quay
3:00pm Annual Remembrance Day Service
Lord Provost Ian Borthwick said: "This year's Remembrance Day marks a century since the end of the First World War and Dundee will take time to reflect on the sacrifices that have been made and the lives that were lost.
"There is a series of events on Sunday to allow people the opportunity to pay their respects on this poignant day.”
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