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The University will hold services of remembrance on Thursday, 11 November to honour staff and students who died in the First and Second World Wars and other conflicts.
A service will take place at the Victoria Gallery and Museum. The commemorations are being adapted this year slightly in order to remain mindful of social distancing and other campus requirements. Staff and students who wish to join the service will be required to register at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/remembrance-day-service-2021-tickets-204973409987
Attendees should gather near the memorial on the ground floor of the building at 10.30am.
Another ceremony (no registration required) will take place outside, shortly after the VG&M ceremony at the Chevasse memorial at Abercromby Square. Those wishing to attend should gather prior to 11.15am at the memorial.
The university will also stage an online service of commemoration. the link will be emailed to all staff and students on the morning of 11 November however, whilst registration is not necessary, should anyone wish to receive a reminder immediately prior to the online service, please book via eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/virtual-remembrance-day-2021-tickets-205233568127.
For further information on the service at the VG&M, please contact Claire Kidman, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0151 795 0417.
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