Lest they forget in Honiton

PUBLISHED: 08:20 12 November 2008 | UPDATED: 22:35 15 June 2010

WITH the war on terrorism creating more victims of conflict, the Royal British Legion's push to support service personnel and their families is as poignant as ever.

WITH the war on terrorism creating more victims of conflict, the Royal British Legion's push to support service personnel and their families is as poignant as ever.Poppy sellers reported good support in Honiton in the run-up to commemorative events.The town's annual remembrance service, held on sunday, was well supported. A minute's silence was observed in memory of Councillor Chris Tratt, the Mayor of Honiton, who died suddenly last Friday.As your Herald went to press yesterday (Tuesday), a silence was being observed at Honiton's war memorial outside St Paul's Church.The poignant, annual ceremony took place at 11am on November 11 - to mark the end of the Great War, 90 years ago.More pictures in next week's Herald.


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