Due to the current rules and regulations on distancing and groups gathering together the Remembrance Day Service and Parade organised by Bridlington Town Council has sadly been cancelled.
As a community, we should always remember those who endured terrible suffering and honour those who lost their lives.
This year we can safely pay our respects in our homes on Sunday 8th November at 11.am and honour our veterans, their families and the generations who will come after.
Bridlington is a town that is known for its wonderful community spirit and co-operation from service and voluntary groups – there is no reason why this special day can’t be commemorated in other ways.
A two-minute silence followed by a two-minute applause on Remembrance Sunday – lets try to get everyone to their doorsteps to observe the silence then clap for two minutes to pay our respects
Inside the Echo there is a beautiful centre-page pull-out photograph of the sun setting over poppy fields. This can be displayed in the homes and businesses of all the people of Bridlington to show our support.
This will show the strength and depth of good feeling from our town and surrounding villages towards Remembrance Sunday…even though regulations say that it is not safe to attend the War Memorials…
WE WILL REMEMBER THEM.