A service will take place in Lisburn Cathedral on August 9 to commemorate the Gallipoli campaign of 1915 and to honour those who took part.
Organised by the Northern Ireland First World War Centenary Committee, the event will include representatives of the Northern and Southern Irish Governments along with the High Commissioners of Australia and New Zealand and the Turkish Ambassador in London.
Each of the eight Irish regiments which took part in the campaign will also be represented.
The service will be followed by light refreshments in the Cathedral Hall after which the Defence Adviser at the New Zealand High Commission in London will speak about the ANZAC contribution to the campaign.
This service will mark the attack by the New Zealand forces of the attack on the high ground at Chunuk Bair and the landing of 10th (Irish) Division at Chunuk Bair. The Service is open to the public by invitation. Apply by email to firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
DateSunday, August 9, 2015 - 15:00
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Cathedral Service: Marking Gallipoli 100 Years On