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Arbroath ANZAC Day gathering

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY PIX.
POPPY MEMORIAL AT THE SCOTT MONUMENT ON PRINCES STREET GARDENS.
PIC PHIL WILKINSON / SCOTLAND ON SUNDAY
TSPL STAFF.

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY PIX. POPPY MEMORIAL AT THE SCOTT MONUMENT ON PRINCES STREET GARDENS. PIC PHIL WILKINSON / SCOTLAND ON SUNDAY TSPL STAFF.

Arbroath Western Cemetery will hold a ceremony in memory of the sacrifice of servicemen from Australia and New Zealand in two world wars.

Each year ANZAC Day, or the nearest Sunday to April 25, when the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZACS) landed in Turkey as part of the Gallipoli campaign, remembers the appalling loss of life.

The day commemorates all those who died in the bloody campaign and who have lost their lives in conflicts since. The service will be held at 11.30 a.m. on April 27. There will be a gathering at the graveside of four airmen from New Zealand who were killed in the Second World War. Anyone who would like to attend is more than welcome.

 

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