Article includes pictures and video from Remembrance Day ceremonies in Woodstock, Embro, Ingersoll, Tillsonburg and Norwich.
OXFORD - The pandemic forced the cancellation of most in-person Remembrance Day ceremonies last year, but many are being held mostly as-usual today.
Remembrance Day ceremonies were very well attended today in Oxford County. In Woodstock, they had the largest crowd in recent memory.
They also did the missing man formation.
The missing man formation at what may be the most well attended Rembrance Day ceremony in Woodstock in recent memory. pic.twitter.com/80MzzBP1fQ— 104.7 Heart FM (@1047HeartFM) November 11, 2021
And of course, they had the wreath laying ceremony.
Laying of the wreath ceremonies have begun in Woodstock. pic.twitter.com/xE9ZOF2SDk— 104.7 Heart FM (@1047HeartFM) November 11, 2021
They came out in droves today in Tillsonburg as well, as you can see from the photo's from Colleen Pepper.
The bagpipes were playing in Ingersoll for the ceremony today.
Meanwhile they also had a good showing in Norwich.
Some shots from the Remembrance Day ceremony in Norwich today. pic.twitter.com/c2xzotXzFF— 104.7 Heart FM (@1047HeartFM) November 11, 2021
They also held a service in Embro today.
Other ceremonies in Oxford County today happened in Plattsville, Innerkip and Princeton.
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