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Singer Millie, 13, is star of Poppy Appeal launch

By Herald Express  |  Posted: November 09, 2012

standard bearers:   From left, Ronnie Carter, branch vice-chairman, Karen Taylor, Poppy Appeal organiser, Julien Parrott, vice-chairman of Torbay Council, Bethany Taylor, assistant Poppy Appeal organiser, Angela Charlton, Sue Powell, consort, Ron Goodwin, Kevin Jeffery, branch chairman, and Marie Gee

standard bearers: From left, Ronnie Carter, branch vice-chairman, Karen Taylor, Poppy Appeal organiser, Julien Parrott, vice-chairman of Torbay Council, Bethany Taylor, assistant Poppy Appeal organiser, Angela Charlton, Sue Powell, consort, Ron Goodwin, Kevin Jeffery, branch chairman, and Marie Gee

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PAIGNTON'S Remembrance Day service will be held at the war memorial in Palace Avenue, Paignton, on Sunday at 11am.

It will be followed by a full Remembrance Day service at 3pm at the parish church, Palace Place, Paignton, at 3pm.

Wreaths will be laid afterwards at the memorial.

This year's poppy appeal was launched at a musical concert.

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More than 150 people attended the event at St Andrew's Church, Sands Road, Paignton.

Music was provided by One Accord, Brixham Town Band, and a surprise singer, 13-year-old Millie Day, who received a standing ovation.

A service conducted by Father Roger Carlton with a parade of standards brought the event to close. Last year the branch raised just over £27,000 which helped towards the Devon county association total of £1million.

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