Melton Remembrance Day Parade & Service: HMS Quorn to be representedPublished Monday, 26th October 2015
Officers and crew of Melton Borough’s affiliated Ship, HMS Quorn are to visit Melton on 7 and 8 November to take part in the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal.
The will also take part in the annual parade and service at St. Mary’s Parish Church on Remembrance Sunday.
The Mayor, Cllr Jeanne Douglas and her Consort, Mr Robert Abel-Smith are delighted to welcome Lieutenant Commander Ryan Carmichael, Royal Australian Navy who is Second in Command of HMS Quorn who will lay a wreath on behalf of the Ship’s Captain, Lieutenant Commander John Cromie. Lt Cdr Carmichael will be accompanied by 8 members of the Ship’s company (one officer and 7 ratings).
Members of the crew will also be assisting the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal collection in the town centre on Saturday 7 November and they look forward to meeting the residents of the Borough.
For more information please contact:
Democracy & Involvement Officer
Melton Borough Council
Telephone: 01664 502314
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