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Abbots Langley parade marks Battle of Britain memorial service
Former servicemen and women mustered in Abbots Langley at 11am on Sunday for the annual Battle of Britain memorial service.
Serving members of the Royal Air Force, Royal British Legion members, Air Cadets, and veterans marched from The Kings Head at Hunton Bridge and through Abbots Langley.
The march finished at St Pauls Church, Langleybury, where the group laid a wreath and took part in an hour-long memorial service.
During the morning, traffic was stopped by police so that the procession was free to walk in the roads.
Emlyn Parry, Wings Appeal Coordinator for the Abbots Langley and Kings Langley branch of the RAF Association, said: "What a splendid and significant day for our Abbots and Kings Langley Branch of the Royal Air Forces Association, the Royal British Legion and the local Royal Air Force Cadets.
"The weather blessed us, the turn-out was remarkable, and the service was very moving."
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