Remembrance Sunday service in George Square
Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will lay a wreath at the service in George Square at 10.30am. A Guard of Honour will be formed by the Royal Navy and music will be provided by Her Majesty’s Band of the Royal Marines.
Glasgow’s Lord Provost Sadie Docherty will lead the service in George Square and members of the public are invited to observe the ceremony, during which Glasgow’s First Citizen, in her role as Lord Lieutenant, will lay a wreath.
The Lord Provost said:- “Anyone who wishes to pay their respects to those who lost their lives in conflicts is welcome to attend. This is a poignant event at which all the military are represented. There are always ex servicemen and women there too.”
A Guard of Honour will be formed by the Royal Navy and music will be provided by Her Majesty’s Band of the Royal Marines.
Anyone wishing to attend should arrive in George Square for 10.30am.
First Minister Alex Salmond will attend the service at St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh and lay a wreath with 17 year old Army Cadet Colour Sgt Sean Collister, a pupil at Craigroyston High School Edinburgh.
Photo by John Preece