Munitions Workers to march at Cenotaph ceremony

This year’s Remembrance Day ceremony in London will mark a historic moment in the campaign for formal recognition of the work carried out by munitions workers.

On Sunday 11th November a small group of former workers will take part in the annual event at the Cenotaph on Whitehall.  This will be the first time ever that munitions workers have been able to take part and is a big step towards proper recognition of the work they did and the sacrifices they made.

For more information about this campaign or to sign the petition, visit the new campaign website by clicking here.

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One Response to Munitions Workers to march at Cenotaph ceremony

  1. Norma Shaw says:

    Excellent news, my mum was a munitions worker for a short while too.

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