Saturday 24 June 2017

Armed Forces Day

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– 23 June 2017

Armed Forces Day

The children will learn about the Armed Forces and have personnel visit them during the afternoon. They will wear red, white and blue and make a donation to a Forces charity. Parents, families and the local community will be invited to join us for a picnic party.

Crawley – 24 June 2017

Armed Forces Day 2017

There will be entertainment for all the family including live music, an arts and craft workshop and “soldier for the day” activities. Refreshments, courtesy of Sainsbury’s Crawley, will also be available, with donations going to the Royal British Legion.

Newton Abbot – 1 July 2017

Newton Abbot Armed Forces Day

The event is to celebrate the Women’s Royal Naval Service Centenary in 2017. It will include the Local Armed Forces Associations, together with all the local Cadet Forces. We are anticipating that the Armed Forces will have their recruitment stands, displays and personnel within the town centre. There will also…

Loughborough – 24 June 2017

Loughborough Salutes the Armed Forces!

Loughborough’s award winning Market will play host to a range of activities aimed at celebrating our Armed Forces on the 24th June, including free market stalls for organisations associated with supporting the Armed Forces Community; displays and entertainment including a marching band; children’s activities including face painting and an obstacle…

Douglas – 25 June 2017

Isle of Man National Armed Forces Day

Isle of Man National Armed Forces Day is to be celebrated throughout the Island for the eleventh consecutive year. Flags will be thrown in all the towns and villages and participants are to be entertained throughout the weekend of 23/25 June. There will be a Mayor’s Reception at the Douglas…

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With a bang and a splash the Royal Navy detonated a 500lb wartime bomb.

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The Irish Guards will be Trooping the Colour at The Queen's Birthday Parade this June during her Sapphire Jubilee.

The regimental mascot, Domhnall, will also be attending the event.

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The 1st Battalion Irish Guards have been inspected at the Major General's Review at Cavalry Barracks, Hounslow.1 Irish Guards will be Trooping the Colour at The Queen's Birthday Parade on June 17, during this Sapphire Jubilee year. The regimental mascot, Domhnall, was also inspected.

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