Remembrance service at church and wreath-laying at war memorial

Service of Remembrance at R.A.F. Witchford.

Service of Remembrance at R.A.F. Witchford. - Credit: BETH LANE

Relatives and friends of ex 115 Squadron Airmen attended the Remembrance church service at St Andrew's Church in Witchford on Sunday.

The service was conducted by Stuart Mitchell. They were joined by four representatives of 115 Squadron from RAF Wittering.

After the church service, they gathered round the 115 Squadron memorial which is situated in the memorial garden at Lancaster Way Business Park (formerly RAF Witchford airfield during WWll).

There was a short service and wreath-laying ceremony.

This service was conducted by Rev. Teresa DIxon and Stuart Mitchell. They then visited RAF Witchford Display of Memorabilia.

Duxford Imperial War Museum staged a 10,000 poppy drop from a Dragon Rapid as a Spitfire completed a flypast

Duxford Imperial War Museum staged a 10,000 poppy drop from a Dragon Rapid as a Spitfire completed a flypast and mini air show. - Credit: Terry Harris

The museum is dedicated to the men and women who served with 115 Squadron at Witchford and 75 (NZ) Squadron who served at Mepal.

Duxford Imperial War Museum staged a 10,000 poppy drop from a Dragon Rapid as a Spitfire completed a flypast

Duxford Imperial War Museum staged a 10,000 poppy drop from a Dragon Rapid as a Spitfire completed a flypast - Credit: Terry Harris

Meanwhile, Duxford Imperial War Museum staged a 10,000 poppy drop from a Dragon Rapid as a Spitfire completed a flypast and mini air-show.

Duxford Imperial War Museum staged a 10,000 poppy drop from a Dragon Rapid as a Spitfire completed a flypast

Duxford Imperial War Museum staged a 10,000 poppy drop from a Dragon Rapid as a Spitfire completed a flypast - Credit: Terry Harris


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