Remembrance of the fallen

Members from across the County paid their respects at Remembrance events and at their unit meetings this week


remembrance 1st Soham Brownies gave their new flag an outing for the Remembrance Parade in Soham.






remembrance 19th Cambridge Brownies made their own poppy wreath at their meeting the week before their local remembrance service.






38th Cambridge Guides made a poppy board where each poppy displayed the name of someone who had died during the Great War.





remembranceSeveral adult members visited the field of poppies at the Tower of London.







Haddenham Rainbows, Brownies and Guides attended a memorial ceremony and service at Haddenham Holy Trinity Church.






In the town of March, Brownies and Guides attended the parade through the town to St Peter’s church.






remembrance 1st Trumpington Rainbows and 3rd Trumpington Brownies attended their local service.






remembrance In Willingham, the 1st Willingham Guides attended the service at the church of St Mary and All Saints. One of the Guides, Daisy, had even had her finger nails painted with poppies.






It was the first Remembrance Parade for the 1st Toft Guides, a group which was only formed earlier this year.





remembrance 3rd Histon Brownies took part in the Histon and Impington Remembrance Parade.






“They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them.”

Robert Laurence Binyon