The Royal Irish Regiment’s annual Service of Remembrance takes place in St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast, on Sunday November 4.
The Regiment gathers each year to remember all of those of the wider Regimental family who have died, whether in action or of natural causes.
The service is attended by all ranks of the Regiment and a large number of veterans and bereaved families.
This Service of Choral Evensong features an Act of Remembrance which includes the Last Post, Reveille and the laying of wreaths by a representative of each of the antecedent and foundation Regiments which form the Royal Irish Regiment family. A wreath will also be laid by the Colonel of the Regiment.
The Band of The Royal Irish Regiment will provide musical support, accompanied by the Cathedral choir and organist
The preacher on Sunday is the Most Rev Dr Richard Clarke, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland.
The service begins at 3.30pm and is open to the public.