Remembrance Day in Chiswick

Residents, churches, politicians and police turn out to show their respects

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St Michaelís and World War II 70 Years On

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Several hundred people processed from St Michael & All Angels church to the Bedford Park war memorial and stood in silence to mark Remembrance Sunday, 70 years after the start of the Second World War.

The youngest was a baby just four days old. The oldest were over 80.

The service was led by the vicar of St Michael & All Angels, Father Kevin Morris, and the wreath was carried by the curate Father Stephen Stavrou.

Chiswick resident and photographer Stephen Butler (stephenbutlerphotography.com) took the following images of the procession Christ Church and laying of wreaths at the War Memorial on Turnham Green.


November 9, 2009