Monday, 15 November 2010

remembrance sunday: the War Memorial in pictures

click to view Fulbourn's Roll of Honour
The Joint Service of Remembrance took place in St Vigor's on Sunday 14 November, starting at 10am, with music being provided by the Marching Band of Squadron 104 Air Training Corps, City of Cambridge. After the Service the congregation processed to Fulbourn War Memorial (right), where the names of all Servicemen from Fulbourn, Great Wilbraham, Little Wilbraham and Six Mile Bottom who had died in conflicts from the First World War to the Gulf War, while two soldiers from 854 Signals Troop, 36 Signal Squadron formed an honour-guard.

Below are pictures of the wreaths that were laid, which are linked to the organisations' homepage, and the messages on the In Remembrance cards.

Royal British Legion

From Fulbourn and Teversham Branch Royal British Legion

click to go to the Royal British Legion Four Counties Site

854 Signals Troop

From the Officers & Soldiers of 854 Signals Troop, 36 Signals Squadron. We will remember them.

click to go to 854 Signal Troop's homepage

Royal Marines

In respect of all our fallen Royal Marines in past & present conflicts. You will not be forgotten.

click to go to Royal Marines Online

Far East Prisoners of War Association

In Memory of all those who died in the Far East.

click to go to the FEPOW Association homepage

Fulbourn Parish Council

To all the victims of war.

click to go to Fulbourn Parish Council homepage

RAF

In Memory of all those who gave the Supreme Sacrifice - We Will Remember Them.

click to go to the RAF homepage

Squadron 104 Air Training Corps, City of Cambridge

In memory of the Fallen, gone but not Forgotten

click to go to City of Cambridge ATC homepage

57th Cambridge Scouts (Fulbourn)

click to go to the Scouts homepage

Fulbourn United Reformed Church

Thank You - We Will Remember Them

click to find out more about Fulbourn United Reformed Church

British Red Cross

In memory of all those who sacrificed their lives for us - we will remember them

click o find out more about the British Red Cross

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