Harlow remembers the fallen on Armistice Day

THE PEOPLE of Harlow gathered together across the town to pay tribute to this who gave their lives in World War One.

Remembrance Sunday coincided with the centenary of the armistice, when the guns fell silent after four years of war.

YH filmed the service at Harlow Town Park by Netteswell Cross.

The service was organised by the Royal British Legion of Harlow and conducted by the Reverend Albert Watson.

The main address was by the venerable Vanessa Herrick, Archdeacon of Harlow.

Present was Harlow MP Robert Halfon and chair of Harlow Council, Cllr Maggie Hulcoop.

We would like to think that in years to come people can see how the good people of Harlow paid tribute to those who fell.

We will add-on photos from other services as they come in.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Popularity: 1% [?]

One Response to "Harlow remembers the fallen on Armistice Day"

  1. D.p.l   November 12, 2018 at 12:50 pm

    It was such a lovely and emotional day.
    It made me feel proud to be English/British And probably made more Harlow residents feel the same.
    Thank you to all our fallen and all our serving service personnel, for keeping us safe and protecting us.
    We will remember them.
    Dan Long & UKIP Harlow.

You must be logged in to post a comment Login