Fakenham remembers war victims

Ian Clarke War veterans and young cadets who are the servicemen and women of the future joined forces in the Remembrance Sunday parade at Fakenham.Several ex service organisations were represented in a large parade which went from the Queens Road car park into the Market Place, where a short open air service was held around the War Memorial.

Ian Clarke

War veterans and young cadets who are the servicemen and women of the future joined forces in the Remembrance Sunday parade at Fakenham.

Several ex service organisations were represented in a large parade which went from the Queens Road car park into the Market Place, where a short open air service was held around the War Memorial.

Fakenham Band headed the procession, which also included town councillors, emergency services and Scouts, Guides, Cubs and Brownies.


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Several hundred people were in the Market Place and a number of wreaths were laid before the parade moved on to Fakenham Parish Church for a remembrance service.

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