Over 200 people join us for Remembrance

Haughley Branch of The Royal British Legion, Suffolk

 This year saw more than 200 people decend on the village and memorial to pay their respects for those from the village who gave their lives during the great war and the second world war. 

As with every year a soldiers name is read aloud with the beavers laying a poppy at the alter and the explorer scouts exstinguish a candle at the sametime. 


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Members of 1st Whetherden and Haughley scouts

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 Branch Chairman Bernie John laying the branch wreath

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The memorial following the laying of wreaths

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The hands of remembrance from the local Pre School

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Many villagers turned out to pay thier respects

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The Rev. Chris addressing the congregation

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Standards parading at the memorial

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