BRISTOL Nov. 11, 2020
A small Remembrance Day service took place in Bristol on Nov. 11 to recognize the sacrifice of those who lost their lives while fighting wars for our country.
A group of around 30 residents gathered at the village cenotaph shortly before 11 a.m. to pay their respects. A slight drizzle fell on the participants, many who had arrived with umbrellas.
“We weren’t planning to have a service, but here we are,” said councillor Brian Drummond, who hosted the service from the protection of a small white tent alongside the monument.
Local resident Laird Graham sang and performed O Canada on a keyboard. This was followed by . . .
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