Remembrance Days Of The Past - a Memory of Wrangle.

We lived near The Frank Pitcher Recreation Field on the Main Road in Wrangle.
Every Remembrance Day The Royal British Legion would meet there and eventually march to Wrangle Church. My late dad was Standard Bearer. Woe betide you if you called it a 'flag'!
It was a Standard. He polished his shoes ( ex army ) always...but on Remembrance Sunday they shone beyond belief!
Both mum and dad were in the forces and I was brought up to respect and remember the fallen. I still do. I also remember them...with love and gratitude.
Annette Borrill

A memory shared by Annette Borrill on Nov 10th, 2015.
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