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 November saw The Royal British Legion, Woodbridge branch involved with all the acts of remembrance that have been held in and around Woodbridge.

This included the School children’s parade held on the Market Hill at the garden of remembrance on Armistice day itself, where all the school children were presented with a crochet poppy that was made especially for the day and handed to the children after they had read out and laid a cross for everyone that lost their lives in WW1.

The Royal British Legion, Woodbridge branch also made time to show their standards at the festivals of remembrance that were held in Leiston, Felixstowe and Ipswich as well as parading at Woodbridge Town Football Club before the start of the first and second teams, as well as the women’s team.

They would like thank Ted Warner for presenting a commemorative stone and plaque to remember that the Woodbridge Branch of the Royal British Legion was formed 100 years ago and is the biggest branch in Suffolk. The Stone which remembers the great war was gifted by Mr Tom Moye. The commemoration stone and plaque can be seen on the entrance to the memorial gardens on the Market Hill, Woodbridge.

The Woodbridge branch of the Royal British Legion, The RBL club and all the poppy appeal organisers and staff would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a merry Christmas and a prosperous new year.