• Humanitarian

    Fighting for the poor
  • Humanitarian

    Fighting for the poor
  • History

    Looking back on a long tradition
  • Ecumenical

    Bringing Christians together

As is right, Dame Tamra Capstick-Dale DCLJ, Grand Bailiff in the Grand Bailiwick of South Africa, laid a wreath at the City’s cenotaph, where it stood proudly amongst the many wreaths similarly laid by diplomats from various countries, numerous officers commanding currently serving units in the South African National Defence Force, representatives of international service and veterans associations and a handful of private individuals, in memory of loved ones lost in recent conflicts around the globe.

“It’s right that we should honour those members of our ancient Order who have over the years, given their lives in the service of others,” she said.

“It’s also important that we – as a legitimate global military and hospitaller Order - claim our proper place at such commemorative events.”

Dame Tamra was assisted at the wreath-laying by her son, Jamie.

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