By Euro Weekly News Media • 17 November 2011 • 17:58
1,656 people and 530 vehicles cross the Melilla border following reopening
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A REMEMBRANCE Day Service was held at St George’s Anglican Church in the grounds of the English Cemetery, Malaga.
Members of the Royal Air Force Association, the Royal British Legion, and the Royal Naval Association swelled the ranks of the usual congregation for the Sunday Service, which was led by The Revd. John-Henry Bowden.
The congregation then moved to the site of the Commonwealth War Graves in the Cemetery for the Act of Remembrance.
Wreaths were laid by the British Consul, Steve Jones; the Australian Assistant Defence Attaché; and representatives of RAFA, the RBL, the RNA and the RAOB.
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