11 NOV 2013

Dan pays tribute to fallen servicemen at Remembrance Day service in Bramford

On Sunday, Dan attended the Remembrance Day service held at Bramford Church where he gave a reading. He marched with members of the Royal British Legion, Scouts and Guides from Mill Lane to the Church where wreaths were laid. On Sunday a number of Remembrance Day services were held in towns and villages across Suffolk, as thousands of people paid their respects towards our brave Armed Forces and those who have died in conflict since the First World War.

Dan then joined members of the Royal British legion at their local club to view their display of medals and met many more veterans.

Remembrance Sunday is a special time of year, where people of all ages have the chance to pause, reflect and remember the sacrifices of those who have laid down their lives for us. The conflict in Afghanistan has brought home to many in Suffolk the daily sacrifices made by British servicemen and women for their country, and it is always important to recognise the bravery and courage of those who have served and continue to serve in our Armed Forces.

Dan was very proud to see so many people in Suffolk showing their support for our Armed Forces.

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