Victoria Primary School pupils hold Remembrance event
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Pupils and staff came together came together with the local community on November 10 around the school’s field of Remembrance - an art installation of poppies created by each child in the school.
A minute's silence was held, alongside a performance by local piper, Peter Browne.
Meanwhile, a number of Remembrance events also took place across Mid and East Antrim on November 11 and 12.
Poppy wreaths were laid on behalf of Mid and East Antrim Borough Council at each of the locations.
Deputy Lieutenant for County Antrim, Mrs Jacqueline Stewart MBE attended the service in Carrickfergus along with a number of Mid and East Antrim Borough Council representatives.
In attendance at the service in Ballymena, meanwhile was MEA Mayor, Alderman Gerardine Mulvenna. “It is my honour as Mayor of Mid and East Antrim to take part in Remembrance services for those who paid the ultimate price for our freedom,” she said.
“It is important to remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice of yesterday which allows us to enjoy our freedom of today and I was privileged to be joined by so many veterans and servicemen and women.
“If you can, please also consider supporting the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal this year.
"Your generous donations help to financially support families of military and civilian service people who have lost their lives.”