Fulbourn Remembers. More information on the website main page.
Memorial list of Fulbourn men killed in WW1. More>
Branch Commemorative trip to the Western Front.
45 people joined the branch on a commemorative visit to the Western Front. A number of personal visits to family graves were made during the trip. The tour was led by battlefield guide Gerry Norden who is also Branch Secretary. The Branch Standard was alo paraded at the Menin Gate.
Sunday 10 August sees the unveilling of a plaque on the Lychgate to those from the village who lost their lives in the Great War. The newly restored Memorial Scroll to all men from Fulbourn who served will also be on display.
21 Nov 13. Information about other memorials in Fulbourn added. More>
1940s Dance 16 November 2013.
18 September 2012.
Branch members attended the Queens Diamond Jubilee Picnic at Burghley House near Stamford. Also in attendance were our affilliated 104 (City of cambridge) Sqn, Air Cadets. More>
Poppy Collectors were honoured at a Coffee Morning held at the Six Bells PH on Saturday 21 April. Among the rewards were certificates for 35 years of collecting. Pete Collis, Welfare Officer for the Branch said "Without the sterling effort of our Poppy Collectors we would be unable to carry out our vital work helping the serving and ex-serving community and their dependants. It is a fantastic achievement for our collectors, epecially when October and November can be so cold and damp." The Branch last year collected £20,595 for the poppy appeal.
Branch President Norman Osborne and Chairman John White presented a certificate of Afilliation to Sir Michael Marshall, Chairman of the Civillian Committee and the Fl Lt Richard Slack CO of 104 (City of Cambridge) Sqn Air Cadets at their annual presentation evening held at Marshall's Airport, Cambridge on Wednesday 14 December 2011. The Afilliation is the beginning of a greater understanding of the aims of the two organisations coupled with mutual support that will be of benefit to both the Legion and 104 Sqn. Pictures>
Fantastic turnout for our Remembrance Parade, over 250 in church and even more at the roadside. Our thanks to all those who turned out in such glorious weather to remember ordinary local people who endured enormous suffering and gave the ultimate sacrifice so we could stand shoulder to shoulder without fear and in their memory.
The parade was led by 104(City of Cambridge)Sqn. Air Cadets.
Four members including the Branch President attended the Festival of Remembrance in the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday 12 November. Branch member Mat Collis who joined the Portsmouth Band of Her Majestys Royal Marines back in September was participating in his first Festival of Remembrance and performed with them again at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday.
Congratulations to Musn Mat Collis who passed out of training on Friday 5 August. Mat who played 1st Euphonium with Fulbourn & Teversham RBL Brass Band joined the Royal Marines Band Service.....more>
Lacey Family Auction raised £5,000 for Branch funds. many thanks to all for the fantastic support and especially the lacey family who strive to tirelessly to support us.
The recent Annual Dinner raffle raised £106 for the Chaplins Close Day Centre.