The RAF Museum Cosford will be holding a Service of Remembrance on Sunday 14 November
The RAF Museum Cosford will be holding a Service of Remembrance on Sunday 14 November, paying respect to those service men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice during their tours of duty.
Paying respect to those service men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice during their tours of duty.
The Service will be led by the RAF Cosford Station Chaplain and will include readings and the sounding of ‘The Last Post’, followed by two minutes of silence. Wreaths will be laid by representatives from RAF Cosford, RAF Museum staff and volunteers in honour of those who have fallen in the line of duty.
The Service will take place in Hangar 1 and the capacity will be limited to 300 visitors. To attend the Service, please book your free tickets using the link below. You may not be able to attend the Service without a pre-booked ticket. We would kindly ask you to be at Hangar 1 no later than 10:30am to ensure that all visitors have been seated in time for the service to start at 10:45am
Visit our website to watch 2020’s Virtual Remembrance Service and to browse a virtual collection of personal Acts of Remembrance created in honour of The Fallen.
Your Personal Act of Remembrance
We want to invite the public to contribute with a Personal Act of Remembrance and to get creative! We ask everyone to channel your thoughts into a poem or short story to be displayed in the RAF Museum during Remembrance week.
Use our template and email us your poem or short story to Remembrance@rafmuseum.org. Alternatively, you can print the template, place it in and envelope and send it to RAF Museum Cosford – Remembrance, Lysander Avenue, Cosford, Shifnal, TF11 8UP.
Capacity will be limited to 300 visitors.
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