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Lyme Regis -
'The Pearl of Dorset'

 

 

The Royal British Legion is the UK's leading charity providing financial, social and emotional support to millions who have served and are currently serving in the Armed Forces, and their dependants.

 

Currently, nearly 11 million people are eligible for our support and we receive
around 300,000 calls for help every year.

The Legion was founded in 1921 as a voice for the ex-Service community and our 550,000 members continue to ensure that this voice does not go unheard.

Although the needs of ex-Service people have changed over the years, we are still there to safeguard their welfare, interests and memory. British service people are in action around the world every day of the year.  
They know that if they need our support - now or in the future - the Legion is always on active duty for them.
 
 
 


Lyme Regis Branch Events

 

 

SATURDAY 9 NOVEMBER

Acts of Remembrance at the cemetery and the  Polish Airman’s Memorial
1000hrs    HMS Formidable, the cemetery. Last post to be played
1030hrs    Polish War memorial, Anning Road. Last post to be played


Sunday 10th
 
Remembrance Day NATIONAL TWO MINUTES SILENCE  11.00am

Remembrance Sunday Parade

 0900 hrs.  Parade forms up under direction of the RBL Parade Marshal at entrance to Langmoor Gardens adjacent to the Alexandra Hotel.
 0930 hrs (correct) Parade marches down Broad Street to St Michael’s Church. Church Street.

0945 - 1030 hrs.  The Remembrance Service (will include roll of honour reading and conclude with the blessing.  Serving representatives from all of the Armed Forces are expected to attend in uniform.

1030-1050 hrs. Parade reforms and marches past the Town War Memorial and forms up in Cobb Square for 2 minutes silence and dismissal.

  After the playing of Reveille, the Mayor will be invited to inspect the parade prior to the parade being dismissed by the Parade Marshal of TRBL.

 

 

   Armistice Day NATIONAL TWO MINUTES SILENCE 11.00 am. 
 

Armistice Day Service.
At the Monmouth Street War Memorial, St Georges Square. 11am:  Please be sure to arrive early.
 

Remembrance Day Parade
   

Polish memorial

A small team of Royal British Legion committee members cleared the site of weeds, pruned the roses and made the memorial stone of the Polish Air Force memorial on Anning Road more visible to the public in 2007.

 

David Manners of the Royal British Legion said: “Several thousand Polish airmen died on our behalf during WWII and we think it is only fitting that this humble memorial, which I believe to be the only one in south- west England, is given the respect it deserves."

The Polish War Memorial
Legion Values:
  • Reflection - Through Remembrance of past sacrifice in the cause of freedom
  • Hope - By remembering the past, a younger generation has the chance of a better future
  • Comradeship - Through shared experience and mutual support
  • Selflessness - By putting others first
  • Service - To those in need and in support of the whole community
   
Royal British Legion Lyme Regis      Main Royal British Legion web site 

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