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New displays including military dioramas at Armed Forces Day event

PUBLISHED: 10:01 25 June 2019 | UPDATED: 14:11 27 June 2019

Cromer and District Royal British Legion branch chairman Hilary Cox, right, with standard bearer Bethan Phillip-Pritchard. Picture: DAVID PRITCHARD

Cromer and District Royal British Legion branch chairman Hilary Cox, right, with standard bearer Bethan Phillip-Pritchard. Picture: DAVID PRITCHARD

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The Royal British Legion (RBL) is holding an annual event celebrating Armed Forces Day in Cromer.

It will take place at the town's parish hall on Church Street, on Saturday, June 29, from 9.30am.

The event will be opened by Hugh King, the Chairman of Norfolk Royal British Legion, along with the Mayor of Cromer, Richard Leeds.

RBL branch chairman Hilary Cox said: "This year there are many new displays including military dioramas, audio-visual displays of RAF aircraft along with representatives from organisations who will be making this their first visit to Cromer.

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"Weather permitting, there will be a display of Legion standards outside the parish hall at 11am."

Armed Forces Day is when communities show their support for our servicemen and women.

Many shops in Cromer have generously donated items and gift vouchers to the raffle.

Admission is free and refreshments will be available and served by Suffield Park guides.


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