It was a chance to dance the night away as the Whittlesey Royal British held their dinner dance at the Ivy Leaf Club.
Planes from two Suffolk airbases paid tribute to a fallen American air crew with a special anniversary flypast.
Nene and Ramnoth School pupils have paid tribute to Wisbech servicemen who died fighting in Word War 1.
Students and staff at Cromwell Community College in Chatteris gathered in the school’s assembly hall for a service of remembrance.
“The perfect, peaceful poppy dances nearby…a few frozen moments to say goodbye”.
Students are selling poppies to raise money for the Royal British Legion to show young people care about the sacrifices soldiers made in the First World War.
Fenland’s Golden Age Fairs continued to go from strength to strength this week as almost 120 people turned out for the latest event in Wisbech.
Fenland’s free ‘Golden Age Fair’ is returning to the region this month with an event held at the Queen Mary Centre in Wisbech.
Two representatives from the Wisbech branch of the Royal British Legion joined over 2,400 other legion members from the UK at a pilgrimage of remembrance at Ypres.
Time rolled back to the wartime era when a festival of the forties was held in March.
Young members of the Royal British Legion in Chatteris, along with their adult leaders, have re-painted a bus stop in the town to commemorate the end of the First World War.
A RAF Association branch joined members of the Royal British Legion at the last resting place of a Wisbech man to mark Anzac Day.