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CENOTAPH. An empty tomb. Dig. 11, 7, 42.

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I wanted to show respect for unionists by being at the cenotaph MAIRTIN O MUILLEOIR yesterday
In Burford, ceremonies begin at the same time at the Burford Cenotaph along with a march to and from the Burford Legion.
It was the second attack on the area around the cenotaph in less than a week.
Among them was David Cameron, who laid a wreath at the foot of the Cenotaph with Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg in their last major roles as party leaders following their post-election resignations.
David Hanson MP tweeted: "On Remembrance day it's my honour to be at services at Mold church followed by Mold cenotaph & this afternoon Flint cenotaph.
Shortly before 11am, escorts drawn from the Armed Forces helped three of the veterans, pushing their wheelchairs the few yards from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to the Cenotaph.
Secretary of State for Wales Peter Hain laid a wreath at the cenotaph in his constituency of Neath, and it was revealed yesterday that he has plans to set up a national Welsh remembrance service in the future, to provide a focal point for mourning for the people of Wales.
After the Cenotaph service the parade will form at the memorial for a march to Uxbridge corner, then along Market Street to the saluting base at the clock, before travelling to the Ex-Servicemen's Club in Anglesey Street.
These are the poignant words cut in bold black capitals into the grey granite of the Dudley cenotaph, unveiled yesterday.
At the cenotaph, the Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland, Councillor Carole Simms, will lay the first wreath, followed by any other groups or individuals wishing to do the same.
David Spens, Gilmour's lawyer, had previously said he did not realise he was swinging from the Cenotaph because he had grown up without a TV.