We are pleased to welcome today members of The Rifles and Light Infantry Association. We have extended an informal invitation to The Association to join us as they are bringing a new Book of Remembrance to be placed in the Soldier’s Corner. This will include the names of those who have died in service since the Second World War. Lt Col Ray Hall will present it to me for dedication. We welcome also this morning some distinguished guests, including the Lord Lieutenant, Deputy Lieutenant and our Mayor, who are here in their capacity as supporters of The Rifles and Light Infantry Association. The dedication will replace the children’s talk in this service. We invite everyone to stay for coffee afterwards but if you would like to hear the tune ‘Who would true valour see’ played on the carillon please go outside before you have your coffee. This is the tune which The Rifles and Light Infantry Association so generously sponsored for the Bell Appeal.