Upwell British Legion invite war veteran to lay a wreath to commemorate 70th anniversary of D Day landings

10:35 09 June 2014

Upwell British legion arranged for war veteran Roger Swann  to lay a wreath on Upwell  war memorial.

Upwell British legion arranged for war veteran Roger Swann to lay a wreath on Upwell war memorial.

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Upwell British Legion arranged for war veteran Roger Swann to lay a wreath on Upwell war memorial.

The ceremony was to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the D Day landing.

A turn out of more than 40 included Councillors David Pope and Vivien Spikings.

Gareth Crook was the standard bearer and Rev Paul Skillings conducted the service with a reading from Mr D Houghton and Mrs Spikings.

The event was organised by David Gray and his wife Pauline on behalf of Upwell British Legion

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