AT 11am on November 11 1918 guns on the Western Front fell silent for the first time in four years, today, people will gather for services across Armidale to commemorate the sacrifices of fallen soldiers.
Armidale High School captains have been asked by the RSL Sub-Branch to lay a wreath at the ceremony in Central Park.
School captain Georgie Cooper said her great-grandfather served in WWI.
“It’s important that we show our generation does remember and we want to pay respect as much as people who might have been more directly affected by the war,” she said.
”We recognise it’s a part of our history and we pay our respects.”
The Armidale Remembrance Day ceremony will take place in Central Park at 10:30am.
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