Special Service: Durham Light Infantry Reunion Service
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08 September 2019
Veterans from the Durham Light Infantry hold an annual reunion service in the Cathedral, at which the regimental roll of honour is read and hymns and prayers are offered in commemoration of the fallen, and those who have died since the previous reunion. The service centres around the Durham Light Infantry Chapel, in which the regimental colours are preserved.
An annual service to commemorate the soldiers of the Durham Light Infantry, a regiment of the British Army in existence from 1881 to 1968. In 1968 it amalgamated into the Light Infantry and in 2004 into the 3rd Rifles.
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