A sad drizzle dampened the paving stones in Kings Square, Bridgwater, yesterday morning. Remembrance parades had been shelved, wreath laying was a lonely pursuit. Even the centenary of the cenotaph in London became an empty spectacle in spite of the appearance of Her Majesty, Prince Charles and several other members of the Royal Family. But a pandemic cannot destroy this meaningful and heartfelt tradition altogether. Most of us paid silent tribute at home, a few continued with pared-down and socially distanced tributes like this one in the heart of Bridgwater.
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