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Remembrance Day parade

Hundreds of people in armed and unarmed units this morning took part in the annual Remembrance Day parade.

As Barbadians from all walks of life looked on, members of the Defence Force, Coast Guard, Royal Barbados Police Force and its band, Cadet Corps, Fire Service, Prison Service, Girl Guides, the band of the Barbados Cadet Corps, St John’s Ambulance Brigade, Barbados Red Cross and the Boy Scouts Association paid tribute to those who lost their lives during World War I and II.

The ceremony at the Cenotaph also saw Governor General Sir Elliott Belgrave, Prime Minister Freundel Stuart and Leader of the Opposition Mia Mottley laying wreaths.




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