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Grantham pays respects to war dead during two-minute silence




The two minutes' silence was observed on Armistice Day in St Peter's Hill by Grantham dignitaries including the Mayor of Grantham, Coun Linda Wootten, her husband Coun Ray Wootten, Coun Jacky Smith, vice-chairman of South Kesteven District Council, and Coun Nick Craft, deputy leader of South Kesteven District Council.
The two minutes' silence was observed on Armistice Day in St Peter's Hill by Grantham dignitaries including the Mayor of Grantham, Coun Linda Wootten, her husband Coun Ray Wootten, Coun Jacky Smith, vice-chairman of South Kesteven District Council, and Coun Nick Craft, deputy leader of South Kesteven District Council.

A two-minute silence was held today in St Peter’s Hill, Grantham, to remember the nation’s war dead.

A short service was conducted next to the Garden of Remembrance by Fr Stuart Cradduck, rector of St Wulfram’s Church, and attended by local dignitaries, including the Mayor of Grantham Coun Linda Wootten, and members of the public.

A two-minute silence was observed on Armistice Day on St Peter's HIll, Grantham.
A two-minute silence was observed on Armistice Day on St Peter's HIll, Grantham.

The Last Post was played and two minutes’ silence observed at 11am.

The Garden of Remembrance in St Peter's Hill, Grantham.
The Garden of Remembrance in St Peter's Hill, Grantham.
Standards are taken to St Peter's Hill for the two-minute silence.
Standards are taken to St Peter's Hill for the two-minute silence.
Crosses in the Garden of Remembrance in St Peter's Hill, Grantham.
Crosses in the Garden of Remembrance in St Peter's Hill, Grantham.


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