In Fulbourn the ex-servicemen's association was initially the Comrades of the Great War, and in August of 1918 it was reported that a successful dance was held by the Fulbourn Post of Comrades. Between 1918 and 1921 (when the Fulbourn branch of the British Legion was established), all kinds of functions were arranged including childrens' parties, dances and concerts. To mark this special occasion, the branch will be organising a number of events through the year which will be advertised locally and in The Mill.
Our first community event is on Saturday 12 March at the Fulbourn Centre. We are putting on a show called Eyes Front! with Isla St Clair, comprising a range of songs and verse way back from Napoleonic times through both World Wars, which is filling theatres throughout the UK. Tickets are on sale now and cost £10.00; they are available from Twelve on Fulbourn High Street, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Isla is, of course, famous for starring in BBC1's The Generation Game, and has forged a successful career in her own right as a Scottish Folk Singer.
Also, following the success of our tour of the Western Front in April 2010, how about joining the Branch on a four-day guided tour of the Normandy D-Day Landings and inland area? Cost will be £269 per person, to last from 7-10 April. Again, email email@example.com for full details.