A very moving ceremony, we got there about 7pm, an hour before the last post. It was empty and we could walk around the memorial all lit up as it was getting dark. At 7-30 we stood by the rope by the moat side of the memorial and waited for 8pm. The crowds started to build up and groups of school children arrived. By 7-50 the crowds had filled up inside the memorial and with the school children and others talking it was quiet noisy. The buglers arrived and the moment they marched off to play the last post it fell quiet and you could hear a pin drop. A very moving ceremony that was well attended, with everyone from the school children to the adults being very respectful.
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