Remembrance Services and Parades on Sunday
The British Legion currently spends more than �1.4 million a week or more than �200,000 a day in its work helping more than 160,000 other members of the armed forces, their dependants, veterans and the bereaved.
ELY mayor Brian Ashton and Chairman of East Cambs District Council Anthea Davidson are pictured laying wreaths at the Ely War Memorial on Thursday.
Here are the details of the parades and services which take place in East Cambridgeshire on Sunday.
Sunday, November 14:
Ely - Parade from St Mary’s Street at 10.10am before at service at Ely Cathedral at 10.30am.
Countess Church - Remembrance Service at 10.30am. Olive Tree Fellowship - Act of Remembrance at 10.30am.
Littleport - Remembrance Service at George’s Church, Littleport at 10.45am, before a march to the War Memorial to lay wreaths. There will be a band concert later in the evening.
- 1 Knife attack man hid over £3,500 of drugs at mum's home
- 2 Baby murder trial jury told dad was angry at social services involvement
- 3 Man caught red-handed after series of drug raids
- 4 Jail for fraudulent accountant who tried to steal £200k of employer’s money
- 5 Post office and village shop moves into old Baptist chapel
- 6 Seven places where £4.9m road maintenance has been approved
- 7 Ely quintet win Great Britain taekwondo call-ups
- 8 Sewage upgrade to continue in village with two-way traffic lights
- 9 Aspiring photographer, 10, captures Ely's winter sunrise on camera
- 10 Council approves funding for two community projects
Salvation Army - wreath laying at the War Memorial.
Baptist Church - Remembrance Service at 3pm.
Soham - The parade will assemble at Sand Street at 2pm before a remembrance service at 3pm in St Andrew’s Church.
Sutton - Act of Remembrance at the Sutton War Memorial at 11am.
INFO: The British Legion’s 2010 Poppy Appeal will target support for the injured, wounded and bereaved of Afghanistan with a campaign featuring Jayne Webster, the fiancee of a young soldier who was killed in Afghanistan last year and gunner Mark Stonelake, a soldier who lost a leg fighting in Afghanistan.
The Legion currently spends more than �1.4 million a week or more than �200,000 a day in its work helping more than 160,000 other members of the armed forces, their dependants, veterans and the bereaved.