Saturday 25 June 2016

Armed Forces Day


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Southport – 26 June 2016

Southport’s Armed Frorces Day

An Armed Forces Day parade will start from 10.30am on Chapel Street.  It will head down Hoghton Street, Hill Street then on to Lord Street. The event will include Veterans, Cadets and Armed Forces personnel, and will be attended by the Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Merseyside and the Mayor of…


Livingston – 19 June 2016

West Lothian Armed Forces Day 2016

Come and enjoy the following: Parade: Marches off from West Lothian College at 12:30pm, along Almondvale Boulevard and into the Main Arena (Debenhams Car Park). Service: Within the Main Arena at 1pm. Veterans Village: A variety of Service/Forces related information stalls. Displays: Military and cadet forces. Entertainment: A selection of…

Norwich – 20 June 2016

Armed Forces Day Flag Raising Service

We shall gather at the lower flag pole outside City Hall and on the pavement, at the beginning of the week leading up to ‘National Armed Forces Day’ to raise our flag and remember all those who have given their lives in the service of their country, together with those…

Leicester – 25 June 2016

Armed Forces Day in Leicester

From 9.30 a.m. there will be displays of military vehicles, information stands, music and working dogs in Humberstone Gate. At 10.30 a.m. there will be a service in Leicester Cathedral featuring the Cottesmore Military Wives Choir.  This will be mainly by invitation, but with some public capacity. At 11.40 a.m. the…

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The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers were presented with New Colours today by His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent, in a Parade held in Tidworth. The Old Colours were marched off before the Regiments’ Colonel in Chief, HRH The Duke of Kent inspected those on parade, taking time to speak to soldiers individually. HRH then presented the New Colours to the Regiment. Colours were last carried in battle in 1881 and today they constitute the symbol of a regiment’s honour and represent its devotion to duty.

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