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Moving service at Worthing’s cenotaph

Ex-servicemen and members of the public paid their respects at a commemorative D-Day service on Friday

Ex-servicemen and members of the public paid their respects at a commemorative D-Day service on Friday

A MOVING service to commemorate the D-Day landings was held around the cenotaph on Friday.

Lilian Lofts, the friend and in-law of Donald Lofts – a soldier who died in the Second World War, was invited by Major Tom Wye to attend the service and described it as ‘simple’ and ‘very sweet’.

For a full D-Day round-up, see the Worthing Herald, Thursday, June 12.

 

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