This Saturday venues across the country will be marking Armed Forces Day, when communities can show their support for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community — from troops currently serving to service families, veterans and cadets.
Several events are taking place in London; parades to fundraisers and fun days. The biggest event is at Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich. Running 11am-6pm, it's combined with the Great Get Together Festival for a day of live music, Armed Forces stalls, vintage cars, a Nepalese community marquee, veterans' parade, band of Gurkhas, dog, falconry and llama handling displays. Entry is free.
In Merton, Armed Forces Day begins with a flag-raising ceremony outside the Civic Centre, followed by a parade through the town, culminating in a multi-faith service at St Lawrence Church. There's also a parade in Romford, along South Street and into Market Place, with a mayoral salute along the way.
In Sutton, a family fun day raises money for Help For Heroes, with dance displays and workshops, music, a cake sale, bouncy castle, face painting, and more.
Chingford holds a bumper bundle of events, with a parade and fun day, followed by a cabaret night, followed by a sponsored march and walk on Sunday.
See the London map of events to find your nearest.
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