A poignant Torch of Remembrance is making its journey home from Belgium and will be marked with events across Norfolk.
People mingled in the solemn summer sunshine of a busy Great Yarmouth Park to mark the 74th anniversary of D-Day.
The D-Day landings will be remembered with an annual service of thanksgiving and commemoration in Great Yarmouth on Wednesday, June 6.
Three Norfolk athletes will be among a 72-strong squad off to Sydney to take part in the Invictus Games.
They were 26 women who were killed in Great Yarmouth while they proudly served their country and defended our freedom.
More than a million Royal British Legion paper poppies are being collected by volunteers for a First World War sculpture.
Mini-revival in the town is welcomed
Great Yarmouth’s Cenotaph, in St George’s Park, has been recognised by the Royal British Legion as Norfolk’s best kept war memorial.
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Last Friday lunchtime at Acle Social Club, the Acle branch of the Royal British Legion held its annual Christmas meal which was attended by 30 members.
A small army of Christmas trees has taken over Great Yarmouth’s landmark church.
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A veterans group is trying to replace a photo album of naval memories stolen in a burglary.
Poppy collection appeal thanks
A group of poppy sellers have thanked the public for their generosity this year.
A poppy seller is defiant after photos illustrating his naval career were stolen from his home.
Many events will be held in the borough to mark Remembrance Day – 99 years since the Great War, 1914-18, ended with the loss of millions of lives.
More than 70 East Coast College students from a range of courses, including care, animal care, hair and beauty, art and catering, attended a four day trip at Kingswood in Overstrand.
The Poppy Appeal for 2016 ended on September 30, 2017 and the total raised in Great Yarmouth and Gorleston was £36,750.34, a slight improvement on last year.
It was a routine night training exercise, which ended in tragedy.
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