Service will honour Falklands fallen
FALKLANDS veterans and their family members from Plymouth are being invited to a memorial service to those who lost their lives in the conflict.
Relatives and colleagues will gather at the Anglican Cathedral in Portsmouth on Sunday May 6, for the event, being held to mark the 30th anniversary of the conflict.
Sailors, marines, soldiers and air force personnel who served in the South Atlantic in 1982 will be among the congregation.
Among those invited to the ceremony will be the Deputy Commander-in-Chief Fleet, Vice Admiral Phil Jones; Commodore Bill Walworth, head of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary and senior representatives of the Royal Navy Reserves and the Royal Marines, who served during the conflict.
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The service will conclude with a Royal Marines band marching to the Square Tower where a wreath will be laid at the Falklands Memorial.
It lists the names of those from the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Royal Fleet Auxiliary and Merchant Navy who gave their lives to defend the Falklands.