Remembrance Day Ceremonies
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Any photographs from Remembrance Day ceremonies not covered below would be gratefully received. Old photographs can of course be scanned onto this page. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01352 757600 if you have anything available.
Alicia Basnett, six, with her uncle, Craftsman Thomas Rosedale, both of Gwernymynydd. At the time of the photograph Thomas was serving with 119 Recovery Unit of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
Villagers gather at the War Memorial at Gwernymynydd Village Centre for the Remembrance Day Service which was led by Rev Mary Rev Mary Brotherston.
Nattaya Beadles, six, hands a poppy to her granddad, Harry Beadles, 86, of Gwernymynydd, who served in the Pacific Campaign with the Royal Navy during World War 2, at the Remembrance Day Service at Gwernymynydd. Watching from left are, Sgt Tom Kelly, 1378 Squadron Mold ATC, Carl Jackson of Gwernymynydd, who served with the King's Own Borders, Rev Mary Brotherston and Cpl Huw Davies-Cooke of 1378 Squadron Mold ATC.
Bryn and Angharad Parry with their father, former RAF aircraftsman, Nigel Parry, of Godrer Coed
"For your tomorrow, we gave our today."
Four Air Cadets representing 1378 (Mold) Squadron parading the Number 2 Welsh Wing ATC banner.
Rev.Mary Brotherston of Mold with Karl Jackson of Blaen Wern who laid the wreath. Karl is a former army sergeant in the First Kings Own Borderers. He served in the latter day conflicts in Aden and Northern Ireland.
Air Cadets representing 1378 (Mold) Squadron, with Community Councillor Keith Taylor(left) and Paul Roberts, Chairperson Gwernymynydd Village Centre. (Photo Kevin Hughes)
Four Air Cadets representing 1378 (Mold) Squadron parading the Number 2 Welsh Wing ATC banner: Cadet Sergeant Padraig Goggin, Cadet Ciaran Goggin, Cadet Liam Borthwick and Cadet Dylan Rowley led by Pilot Officer Mark Armitage RAF VR (T)
The Chairman of Gwernymynydd Community Council, Councillor Chris Bradshaw, addressing the congregation.
(L-R) 2nd World war veteran Albert Phipps, 2nd World war veteran Harry Beadles of Uwch-y-Dre who served in the Royal Navy British Pacific Fleet who laid the wreath and the Rev. Mary Brotherston of Mold
The late 92yr old Glyn Hughes & the Rev. Dr.W.A.B.McCabe
Dedication Service - August 1922
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Photos: Ken Sweetman, Kevin Hughes
Please let us know if you have any photographs of ceremonies in Gwernymynydd from other years which can be included on this page. Contact us here or phone 757600. (Normal photos equally welcome - we can scan them in.)
Page Last Updated - 06/08/2014