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News: Remembrance at Nottingham College

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​Staff, students and alumni from Nottingham College paused to remember those who have lost their lives in service, for Remembrance Day 2019

Alumni from High Pavement (now the Sixth Form of Nottingham College) joined A Level students and staff to hold a special remembrance ceremony on Friday 8 November. They remembered the fallen together, especially those former High Pavement students, or Old Paviors’, who lost their lives in WW1 and WW2.

Members of the High Pavement Society, which is made up of College alumni, lead the service. 2019 is the 75th anniversary of D‑Day, and A Level student Rebecca Eaton joined Society members and College staff to read the names of the 95 Old Paviors who lost their lives in WW2

Bugler Anthony Flannagan, who had brought along his son, played the Last Post, and the group observed a two-minute silence. 

On Remembrance Day, Monday 11 November, students and staff across the whole College paused to observe a 2‑minute silence.

Bugler Anthony Flannagan next to a remembrance plaque at High Pavement Sixth Form, which lists the former students and staff who lost their lives in WW1.
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  • 13th November 2019 (11:11 AM)
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