Sacrifices Remembered in Town and Village

On Sunday 8th November the Air Cadets of 42F (King’s Lynn) Squadron, Air Training Corps, mustered on King’s Lynn’s Saturday Market Place to participate in the Town’s Remembrance Sunday Parade.

Together with veterans, service personnel from RAF Marham, the Sea, Army and Police cadets they marched to the town’s Memorial Gardens for the annual wreath laying ceremony.There, following the 11am two minutes silence, civic dignitaries, service and civilian organisations laid over 50 poppy wreaths.

After this the parade reformed to march to the town’s Minster Church for the Service of Remembrance.

Cpl Brown at Terrington St Clement.

Cpl Brown at Terrington St Clement.

Before making his way to King’s Lynn, 42F’s Cadet Corporal Troy Brown took time in his home village of Terrington-St-Clement to visit the parish church where he placed poppies and paid his respects at the graves of the churchyards two WWI casualties. He then entered the church to place a poppy on the WWII memorial in memory of one of his Squadrons wartime cadets who, having gone on to join the services, paid the ultimate sacrifice.