The annual service of the REME Association

The annual service for the northern Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) associations

Humberside branch was held at St Mary’s Church in Watton on Saturday 5th December 2015.

REME, which stands for Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, is a corps of the British Army that maintains the equipment that the British Army utilises.

Malcolm Winn, member of the Humberside branch who organised the service earlier this month, spoke of this year’s service. “It was a very good turnout again and the church was full as usual,” he told the Wolds Weekly.

“There were 10 standards involved and we had a lovely service taken by Rev. John McNaughton, with a collection as well.

“I’d like to give thanks to Watton ladies who provided tea and cakes before the service and then we retired to the White Horse Inn, Cranswick for a buffet lunch.”

The annual service for the northern Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) associations took place at St Mary's Church in Watton, near Driffield.
The annual service for the northern Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) associations took place at St Mary’s Church in Watton, near Driffield.
Onlookers Driffield

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