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Good turnout as Lochalsh marks Remembrance Sunday

ON A cold November morning, with showers of hail, the Lochalsh branch of Legion Scotland held their Armistice Day Parade and service.

About 15 members paraded and assembled with the colours at the Lochalsh War Memorial near Balmacara, on Sunday, November 12, led by the Lochalsh Junior Pipe Band under the guidance of Niall Stewart. Also on parade were Kyle Cadets, Kyle RNLI, Kyle Fire Brigade, Kyle Ambulance, Lochalsh Red Cross, Lochalsh Scouts and Police Scotland. The Colour Party was Seamus Maguire, Richard Talbot and Jim Greer. Bugler was Douglas Strachan from Breakish, who played the last post and reveille which followed the two minutes’ silence.

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