Huntingdon and Godmanchester marked Remembrance Sunday in the traditional fashion, with Services of Remembrance at the towns’ war memorials. Many members of the public turned out in force in both towns to participate in the Act of Remembrance and to stand in silent reflection for two minutes at 11am. The Last Post and Reveille were played, flags were dipped, and wreaths were laid.
HGTA was represented in Huntingdon by Malcolm Lyons, David King, and James Fell, who laid the HGTA wreath.
In Godmanchester, a shower of poppies preceded the wreath-laying. Nan Taplin laid a wreath on behalf of HGTA. There was also a church service in the evening, at which the names of the fallen in two world wars were read aloud.