The Remembrance Day Service at Clyne War Memorial was well attended by local people and conducted by Father Andrew Davies and Reader/Lay Minister Moira Randall from St. David’s Church, Resolven, with Pastor Peter Mitchell from Clyne Free Mission and members of the Resolven Branch of the Royal British Legion.
The children present played an important and dignified part in the ceremonials. One of them read out the names of all those who were lost in battle, and they all read Remembrance poems. They also placed small wooden crosses on the steps of the Memorial One young boy and his father, a serving soldier, were both in full uniform. Although not locals, they both wished to take part in the Remembrance Service
The weather was cold with a few heavy showers but did not deter the villagers of Clyne.