GALLERY: Cromwell Community College pays tribute to fallen heroes at Remembrance service

PUBLISHED: 17:23 12 November 2012

Remembrance Service at Cromwell Community College.

Remembrance Service at Cromwell Community College.

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PUPILS and staff from Cromwell Community College paid their respects to the fallen heroes of previous wars in a moving service of Remembrance.

The names of the men, women and children who perished in the two world wars was on display at the school.

The guest speaker was Squadron Leader Matt Cockin.

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