St John represented at the Bailiwick Act of Remembrance
Staff and volunteers from St John in Guernsey took part in the annual Remembrance service on Sunday 12th November
Guernsey’s Acting Chief Ambulance Officer Ali Marquis, accompanied by Acting Assistant Chief Officer John Le Noury, laid a wreath on behalf of the St John Emergency Ambulance Service at the Smith Street War Memorial in St Peter Port at the weekend.
The service was conducted by the Dean of Guernsey in the presence of the Lieutenant Governor, His Excellency Sir Ian Corder and the Bailiff Sir Richard Collas.
Father and daughter, Phil and Lucy Ozanne represented the voluntary sections. The pair also place a wreath in remembrance of those who’ve lost their lives in conflict.
Our volunteers were also on duty providing first aid cover at the event.
Meanwhile, St John Emergency Medical Technician Frankie Middleton represented Guernsey’s Emergency Ambulance Service at the National Service of Remembrance at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London, on Sunday.
Miss Middleton is a member of St John’s ceremonial party and formed part of the Civilian Services Contingent which is made up of more than 200 uniformed members of ambulance, police, prison and fire services.