HMS Unicorn hosts Remembrance Sunday Service
The traditional service, hosted at Unicorn for over a century, was held after cancellation in 2020.
A socially-distanced service was lead by minister Alison Britchfield, before representatives from organisations from Dundee and Scotland laid wreathes at the Unicorn's historic war memorial, including Commodore Bob Anstey, - Naval Base Commander of HMNB Clyde, and Dundee's Lord Provost Ian Borthwick.
Numbers were limited due to coronavirus restrictions but Museum Manager Matthew Bellhouse Moran said:
"We are delighted to restart a tradition that has been taking place on Unicorn for most of the last century, and to honour and reflect on the sacrifices of those who lost their lives in conflicts past and present. It is wonderful to be able to host the Remembrance Service and welcome people aboard once more."
More information on the event is available here: https://www.thecourier.co.uk/fp/news/2735901/hms-unicorn-hosts-historic-remembrance-event-as-dundee-honours-the-fallen/
The Unicorn Preservation Society was delighted to offer the chance for the Dundee community to see inside the ship at no cost, and hope for plain sailing for Doors Open Day 2022.