Royal Irish ‘family’ gathers to remember its fallen

The Royal Irish Regiment ‘family,’ including serving members and relatives of those who have served in the past, gathered in their hundreds in Belfast Cathedral for a poignant Service of Remembrance on November 4.

The Regiment meets each year to remember all of those who have died, whether in action or of natural causes. In attendance on Sunday afternoon were all ranks of the Regiment and a large number of veterans and bereaved families.

Special guests included Brigadier Colin Weir DSO MBE, the Colonel of the Regiment, and Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant for the City of Belfast, Mrs Fionnuala Jay–O’Boyle.

The service…

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