On Sunday 13 November units across East Lothian Gathers logether in their local area to mark Rememberance Day.

GLADSMUIR: 8 girls attended Gladsmuir church, from 1st Gladsmuir Rainbows and 2nd Gladsmuir Brownies.  At the service the girls observed a 2 minute silence, added a poppy to the vase, the reverend did a magic trick turning leaves into poppies, some remembrance pictures and laid the wreath at a gravestone.

PRESTONPANS: 1st Prestonpans (SA) Brownies gather together after they had taken part in the Remembrance parade with a short service at the Salvation Army Hall.

DUNBAR: This year no need for the thermals under the uniform, the dark gloves, and barely a coat deposited in the Legion on the High Street. It was almost like summer. Dunbar Guides and Rangers joined Belhaven Guides and the other uniformed organisations to parade to the War Memorial overlooking the sea.  With the King’s representative this year rather than the Queen’s. It is a poignant time, for our P7s and S3s studying WWII but also to be visible in the community.