On the 11th November, 2018 the Cayman Islands held its Remembrance Sunday parade and ceremony in honour of military veterans both living and dead. In particular we remember the lives lost in World Wars 1 and 11.
The ceremony started at 11.00am with a parade of veterans, police and fire brigade, scouts, cadets, the Lions Club of Tropical Gardens and The Lions Club of Grand Cayman all smartly dressed in their respective uniforms. With the sound of the drums and the trumpet filling the air, the participants briskly marched to the Elmslie Memorial Church on the waterfront of George Town in Grand Cayman.
Governor Martyn Roper and members of the government and public took part in laying wreaths at the Cenotaph and Seamen’s Memorial. The ceremony concluded with “Ringing for peace” Armistice 100.