Bourne Elsea Park Church Of England Primary Academy

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        Remembrance Parade

        Author: Ad Min

        On a cold but sunny Autumn Sunday, 10th November 2019, representatives from Year 6 and the Mini Police from Bourne Elsea Park Church of England Primary School, proudly took part in the Bourne Remembrance Day parade, accompanied by Mr Brunt and Miss Davey.  Joining a myriad of other local delegates, young and old, from the Scouts to the Fire brigade and veterans, they processed through the busy, lined streets of Bourne to the War Memorial, opposite the glorious Abbey church in Wellhead Park. After tributes, flag bearers and a cannon of confetti poppies, resonating with the dying notes of The Last Post, our Year 6 pupils,  accompanied by Mrs Sarah Moore, our Executive Head, approached the Memorial to lay a wreath, a great honour they will remember for years to come.  The Mini Police proudly lined the approaching path along with Lincolnshire Volunteer Police cadets, standing smartly in their uniforms.  After the two minute silence, Father Chris said a bidding prayer and brought this year’s ceremony of commemoration to a thoughtful and peaceful close.  Well done to our dignified ambassadors for representing your school with pride and honour.

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