Lest we forget – A remembrance extra

Campbeltown Young Firefighter Ross Souden and firefighter Norman Brodie.

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To commemorate lives lost in war, last week the Courier published four pages of remembrance events.

Unfortunately it was not possible to include every wreath layer in the coverage of the ceremony on Campbeltown’s Esplanade.

In addition there was a remembrance parade film clip on the Courier’s Facebook page with a link to the complete movie sequence, more than two minutes of footage, on the Courier website.

The Courier was supplied with an official list of wreath layers.  Organisations not listed included: Campbeltown Firefighters and the Campbeltown Young Firefighters, Kintyre Schools Pipe Band and the Rotary Club of Campbeltown.

Here is a further selection of people representing a variety of Kintyre organisations not included last week.

Campbeltown Young Firefighter Ross Souden and firefighter Norman Brodie. 25_c47remembrance07_Ross_Souden_Norman_Brodie

The Rotary Club of Campbeltown’s president Margaret Bakes. 25_c47remembrance06_Margaret_Bakes

Campbeltown harbour master Stephen Scally. 25_c47remembrance05_Stephen_Scally

The RNLI’s Kieran McMurchy. 25_c47remembrance02_Kieran_Mcmurchy

KSPB pipe major Julie Blue. 25_c47remembrance01_Julie_Blue_KSPB

A wreath layer for Campbeltown sea cadets. 25_c47remembrance03_Sea_cadets

Josh Parr of the St. Kieran Royal Arch Chapter No. 158. 25_c47remembrance04_Josh_Parr_Royal_Arch_Fire_Fighter