Bexhill marks Remembrance Sunday

Bexhill marked Remembrance Sunday this year in a scaled-down commemoration.

Bexhill Remembrance 2020. Picture from Frances Thomson SUS-200911-104145001
Bexhill Remembrance 2020. Picture from Frances Thomson SUS-200911-104145001

Wreaths were laid at the war memorial on the seafront.

This year, because of national lockdown restrictions amid the ongoing pandemic, the public was urged to stay away and ‘remember from home’.

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A socially-distanced service was held, with the Royal British Legion present.

Bexhill Remembrance 2020. Picture from Frances Thomson SUS-200911-104133001

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Bexhill Remembrance 2020. Picture from Frances Thomson SUS-200911-104107001

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Bexhill Remembrance 2020. Picture from Frances Thomson SUS-200911-104120001