Gold and blue standards will fly over Cromer at a rededication ceremony for the Royal British Legion’s Norfolk county branch.

The RBL’s Cromer and District branch is hosting the event, which will include a parade from the Hotel de Paris forecourt at 1.45pm on Sunday, October 8, followed by a service at the town’s parish church at 2pm.

Hilary Cox, who is the Cromer branch’s chairman and standard bearer, said members of the public were welcome to attend the service. 

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She said: “A parade of the legion’s standards in their blue and gold colours is always a wonderful site and the town of Cromer is fortunate to have this event taking place.

“Along with the beautiful parish church, it really is an ideal setting for this service.”

Wreaths will then be laid at the war memorial in the churchyard.

The service will be led by Cromer’s vicar, Rev Will Warren.

Anyone interested in joining the RBL - whether they have a military connection or not - can find out more by calling 0800 3077 773.