Dumbarton and the Vale will fall silent on Remembrance Sunday to honour those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

Jonathan McColl, council leader, said: “It’s important that their bravery and sacrifice is recognised by the community and I’m heartened by the large turnout I see every year from fellow citizens at cenotaphs across the area.”

Martin Docherty-Hughes MP said: “Too many families in West Dunbartonshire have lost loved ones who gave their lives in armed conflicts. The sacrifices of our servicemen and women must not be forgotten. I hope to see a strong turnout across Clydebank, Dumbarton and the Vale on Remembrance Sunday as our communities commemorate those who never came home.”

Services will be held on Sunday, November 10, at the following times and locations:

DUMBARTON, 10.45am, the Cenotaph in Levengrove Park.

OLD KILPATRICK, 10.45am, the Cenotaph at Glen Lusset.

BOWLING, 11.00am, the War Memorial in Bowling Park.

MILTON,11.15am, the War Memorial in the schoolyard of the former Milton Primary School.

RENTON, 12.30pm, the Cenotaph beside Renton Primary School and Tobias Smollett monument.

ALEXANDRIA, 3.00pm, the Cenotaph, Christie Park

Services will also be held in Clydebank at the following times and locations:

DUNTOCHER, 12noon, the War Memorial on Roman Road, Duntocher.

CLYDEBANK, 10.45am, wreath laying ceremony at the memorial on Hall Street. A parade will leave Hume Street at approximately 10.30am, ex-Service Personnel are welcome to participate.

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