Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Explorers and Leaders throughout the District took part in Remembrance Sunday comemmorations
A chance to stop and pause and think about the sacrifice of those lost in war and those left behind. Some 165,000 are still posted missing in action during the First World War Western Front campaign. Bodies are regularly recovered and you can read a recent story of three soldiers from the County of London Regiment here.
The Scouting community took part in church services, local parades, school commemorations and other events. Indeed, some Explorers and Leaders were in Ypres, Belgium (pictured).
And a former Richmond upon Thames Explorer Scout, Rowena, was close to the national commemorations in Whitehall – she led the parade of the Royal Artillery opposite the Cenotaph (pictured).