Remembrance in Cullybackey

Phil Moffett of Cullybackey Royal British Legion pins a poppy on Lance Corporal Shonagh Nelson of Cullybackey Army Cadets while looking on are Legion members Major Bill Canning and John Foster. The Cullybackey branch called with the cadets to present them with poppies for their parade on Remembrance Sunday. INBT 46-103JC
Phil Moffett of Cullybackey Royal British Legion pins a poppy on Lance Corporal Shonagh Nelson of Cullybackey Army Cadets while looking on are Legion members Major Bill Canning and John Foster. The Cullybackey branch called with the cadets to present them with poppies for their parade on Remembrance Sunday. INBT 46-103JC

The Cullybackey Detachment (C Company), of the Army Cadet Force (ACF), 1st Battalion were presented with their poppies by representatives of the Cullybackey Royal British Legion (RBL).

The cadets assisted with various preparations in the run-up to the annual Poppy Appeal.

They will be among a number of organisations taking part in Cullybackey RBL’s parade on Sunday afternoon which will pass through the village from 2.30pm accompanied by Killycoogan Independent Accordion Band and Cullybackey Pipe Band.

During this centenary year the Cullybackey ACF would like to thank the Cullybackey RBL for all their support and the strengthened affiliation between both organisations.