By Georgie Watts | Posted: Thursday April 30, 2020
Our trumpeters were at their front gates on Anzac morning to mark Anzac Day.
Traditionally the buglers play the Last Post which is followed by two minutes silence, they then play The Rouse.
The Last Post is used historically to mark the end of the soldiers day and The Rouse was traditionally played in the morning to wake the soldiers up. On Anzac day when we have the two minutes silence in between The Last Post and The Rouse it becomes a ritualised night vigil for our fallen soldiers.
Tobias and Serenity were two of our trumpeters who helped us during Lockdown to remember our fallen soldiers. Well done.