Warwick student leads two minute silence

A student from a girls school in Warwick had the honour of playing her trumpet as part of the Armistice Day service today.

Friday, 11th November 2016, 1:12 pm
Updated Wednesday, 16th November 2016, 5:04 pm
Isabella Abbot-Parke played The Last Post before the two minute silence.

Isabella Abbot-Parker, who attends King’s High School, played The Last Post, as she led the her fellow students in the two-minute silence.

As the notes of her trumpet faded, the students stood silent to remember the fallen, alongside the rest of Warwickshire and the country.

Miss Abbot-Parker, who lives in Leamington, has achieved a great deal with her talents.

Earlier this year, she sang with the Royal School of Church Music’s Millennium Youth Choir at the Metropolitan Cathedral in Liverpool, in a live broadcast for Radio 3.

During the summer the student was invited to join the Rodolfus Choir and will be performing with them at the Royal Festival Hall this month, and will also be singing in their carol service in London on December 14.