Friday 06th November
Dunscore Primary School Children mark Remembrance Sunday with painted stones
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Primary 1, 2, 3 and 4 children visited the Dunscore village war memorial and placed beautifully painted stones to remember those who lost their lives.
Their teacher, Mrs Wallace said “I think they have turned out so well, I might be biased though. Pupils have learned this week about why we wear poppies and how we remember those who fought and died for us in the war”.
Great job kids. The stones look fantastic.
Sunday 8th November
10:30am – Remembrance Service on Zoom portal
Due to COVID 19 restrictions it was not be possible to hold the usual Remembrance Service and wreath laying at the War Memorial.
1pm – Wreath-Laying and Act of Remembrance took place in Dunscore Church
Representatives of the groups who usually lay wreaths (Dunscore School, D&G Council, Dunscore Community Council and Dunscore Church) were invited to a short service in Dunscore Church on Sunday 8th November where wreaths were laid inside at the front of the church.
Wreaths were transferred to the War Memorial later in the day.
3pm – Wreath-Laying and Act of Remembrance took place in St Ninian’s Church, Moniaive
Regrettably, these services could not be open to everyone due to the maximum number of people allowed in the churches due to COVID 19 restrictions. (20 max)