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Remembrance Sunday

15 Oct 2021
Dukie News

This year Beret Parade will be incorporated into Remembrance Sunday.

The parade will start promptly at 9.30am, followed by a Chapel Service and refreshments in the Nye Hall.

0930hrs                            Student Guards, Dukies’ Alumni Association are to fall in  for sizing and inspection. (Dukies’ Alumni are to fall in outside Band Block)

0945hrs                            Markers

0950hrs                            March On

1000hrs                            Inspection party met by RSM

1005hrs                            Beret presentation Year 7s

1015hrs                            Inspection

1040hrs                            Inspection party leave and move to Memorial

1041hrs                            Parade March Off from Main Square

1055hrs                            Prayers at School War Memorial

1059hrs                            Buglers sound Last Post

1100hrs                            2 Min Silence

1102hrs                            Buglers sound Reveille

1103hrs                            Laying of Wreaths

1105                                  Inspection party move to A office Dias

1110hrs                            Parade March Past

1115hrs-1215hrs            Chapel Service (timings approximate)


For those arriving by car, please do so by 9.20am. The Dukies Coffee shop on the small parade square will be open to purchase tea and coffee from 9.15am.

The Nye Hall will be open for refreshments after the Chapel service where there will also be an opportunity to purchase Dukie merchandise as well as find out more information on Your Archive, more news on this coming soon.

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