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Strathpeffer War Memorial takes the form of a memorial gate at the entrance to Fodderty cemetery.

Armistice Day 1999

Every year the local members of the Royal British Legion attend a church service; the colours are presented and the two-minute silence observed at 11am. After the service the colour party and members of the public go to the War Memorial at Fodderty Cemetery where poppy wreaths are laid; a piper from the local pipe band is present and plays a lament.

Armistice Day - 11.11.99.  Standard Bearers - J. Fletcher and V. Shepherd
l-r - Piper Donald Chisholm, Victor Shepherd, Bill Watts, Councillor Douglas Briggs, Capt. Roderick Stirling (Lord Lieutenant), Rev. Ivan Warwick (Parish Minister) Rev. Ruth Flockhart (Scottish Episcopal Church)

 Members attending at the Fodderty War Memorial.

Hamish Galbraith (Branch Chairman),  Capt. Roderick Stirling (Lord Lieutenant, Ross-shire)

Wreath laying - Capt. Roderick Stirling and Councillor Douglas Briggs

Colour party at the Fodderty Memorial Gates.  l-r:  J. Fletcher, Capt. R. Stirling, Piper D. Chisholm, V. Shepherd.

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