Service of Remembrance

16 June 2018 , 11:00

Old Ellesmerians will gather at the Tyne Cot Memorial for an open-air Service of Remembrance in memory of the many Fallen of Ellesmere College who gave their lives in both world wars and other conflicts.

Tyne Cot Memorial

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