Students at Tamworth’s Peel High School have paid their respects at a special Remembrance Day service, on Monday.
The service commemorated 100 years since the armistice, marking the end of hostilities between allied and enemy forces in WW1.
The school’s leadership team organised the event, where they laid wreaths and conducted a flag raising ceremony.
School Captain, Theresa Milaor, helped to organise the event.
She said the students were “grateful” they had been able to take part and were “very respectful”.
Ms Milaor also represented the school at the Town Hall service on Sunday, November 11.
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