On Sunday 13 November, the Barker College Cadet Unit held its Annual Church Parade. This annual tradition offers a moving memorial service to reflect and remember those who served and sacrificed in the First World War. It allows Barker’s Cadets to commemorate the Barker Old Boys who have served and it’s an important event in the calendar as it instils in our young men and women the importance of service and leadership in their lives.

The Parade aligns with the Sunday following Remembrance Day. This ceremony of Remembrance not only marks the historic event when the guns fell silent in 1918, but allows reflection on the sacrifices made in all conflicts by servicemen and women, including the 92 men of Barker who laid down their lives in the service of our nation.

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