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Arrived at Blyth for breaking up 12th July In Ceres joined the 6th, Light Cruiser Squadron, the following year she was operating in the Mediterranean as a member of the 3rd Cruiser Squadron. During the cruiser spent some time deployed in the Black Sea. In Ceres was in the U. During was spent refitting and in reserve.
On February 15th she sailed from Devonport to Gibraltar. During March while based at Malta, she took part in contraband patrols in the Ionian Sea, Straits of Otranto and off the coast of Greece. During April-May , the old cruiser was now based at Singapore and carried out patrols off the Dutch East Indies coast. She spent several months off the east coast of Africa, based at Mombassa. Whilst on patrol off the coast of Somaliland she was called upon to assist in the evacuation of troops and civilians from British Somaliland to Aden bombarding the various enemy positions with shellfire.
After this incident she was involved in convoy duties between Durban and Cape Town. Later that year she was sent to the Seychelles and other islands to search for German commerce raiders. From 4 until 9 August the cruiser assisted with the evacuation of civilians and sick personnel from British Somaliland, which was occupied by the Italians.
She also assisted in the evacuation of Commonwealth soldiers from Berbera British Somaliland. Ceres spent two months in the Persian Gulf, and then arrived at Simonstown for a three month refit. She was then based at Aden and she also participated in the fall of Djibouti. She completed that year employed on convoy duties to Durban. In October , Ceres returned to Devonport having steamed , miles since the outbreak of war.
In July , the old cruiser was broken up for scrap at Bolckow, Blyth. Last updated 15 August, Ministry of Defence. Lest We Forget. The Royal British Legion. War Memorials Trust.