Humanists take part in Remembrance events across Scotland

Representatives of Humanist Society Scotland took part in ten remembrance events across Scotland on the 11th November, marking the biggest representation of Humanists on remembrance day to date. This year also saw the first time that Humanists were represented at the Whitehall cenotaph ceremony in London by our sister organisation Humanists UK.

Jane Keir, Hawick Remembrance Ceremony

Wreaths at Latheron Memorial

Gary Smith at Monifieth Remembrance Ceremony

Humanist Society Wreath, laid by Linda Britton at George Square, Glasgow

Mary Wallace at Doune Remembrance Ceremony

 

Kate Strachan, Bathgate Remembrance Ceremony

Angus MacKay at Latheron Remembrance Ceremony

Humanist Society wreath at Edinburgh

Karen McLaughlin before Ayr ceremony

Humanist Society Scotland was represented at the following events:

Edinburgh: Stone of Remembrance, City Chambers – John Bishop

Glasgow: George Square – Linda Britton

Inverness: Cavell Gardens Memorial – Highland Humanist Group

Ayr: Karen McLaughlin

Bathgate: Kate Strachan

Doune: Mary Wallace

Hawick: Jane Keir

Latheron: Angus Mackay

Monifieth: Gary Smith

Wick: Linda Smith

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