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Almost 50 people people braved the bitter wind to pay tribute to West Kintyre’s fallen servicemen.
They gathered at Glenbarr’s war memorial as Marilyn Shedden led a poignant ceremony on Armistice Day to remember all those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for their country, but in particular the 11 men who died 100 years ago in the First World War.
For more on the event, see page 15.
Lady in red: The service was led by Marilyn Shedden. 50_c46glenbarr02_marilyn shedden
Marion McDonald lays a wreath on behalf of the community as Glenbarr War Memorial Trust chairman Colour Sergeant Robbie Semple salutes. 50_c46glenbarr04_wreath
11 crosses for the 11 men who died in 1917. 50_c46glenbarr07_crosses and wreath