Remembrance Day parades in Watton and Swaffham this weekend

PUBLISHED: 12:08 07 November 2012 | UPDATED: 12:18 07 November 2012

The Remembrance Day parade in Watton will be taking place at 2.30pm this Sunday.

It will start at the Thetford Road car park and will finish at St Mary’s Church.

Servicemen from RAF Lakenheath and RAF Honington will be taking part in the parade.

The Remembrance Day parade in Swaffham will be held at 10.45am this Sunday from the War Memorial on the Market Place.

Servicemen from RAF Marham, members of the Territorial Army, the Royal British Legion as well as Scouts, Guides and Brownies will be involved.

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