The low-key ceremony will begin at 5.30pm. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to meet in the carpark and then go together down to the beach. The service will last around 30 minutes.
The organisation says, “This is not a religious service and there will be no prayers although time has been allocated for a period of quiet reflection and contemplation.”
“There will be no seating and no PA systems but there will be the opportunity for all to get involved in their own way, whether it is reading a short piece from literature or reciting the names of the fallen known to them.”
This is not a BBAP organised event but is supported by the committee on the members behalf. For more information contact Richard, the BBAP social secretary on 084 060 8030.