Beacon and Bells round off Armistice Day Centenary in Abingdon

November 11, 2018

Abingon Act of Rembrance 2018
A beacon on top of the County Hall in Abingdon
Abingon Act of Rembrance 2018
,watched by a small crowd on Abingdon Market Place,

and bells, at the same time, from St Helen’s Church, rounded off this Armistice Day centenary in Abingdon.

The beacon was intended to show the light that came after the darkness of war. More than 800 beacons were lit by councils and communities across the UK.

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  • 1. John  |  November 12, 2018 at 6:40 pm

    Thanks and congratulations to Backstreeter for excellent pix and splendid coverage of the events of the weekend in Abingdon.

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