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The Battle of Britain will be marked in Stamford on Sunday, September 15 with a service, parade and wreath laying




The Battle of Britain will be jointly marked by RAF Wittering and the people of Stamford on Sunday.

A commemorative service at St Mary's Church starts at 11am, followed by a wreath laying ceremony at the town's war memorial on Broad Street.

Over thirty RAF personnel will parade in full dress uniform, and march from the church to the War Memorial outside the celebrated Browne’s Hospital with musical support from Yarwell and Nassington Britannia Band.

Battle of Britain Parade
Battle of Britain Parade

Group captain Jo Lincoln, station commander at RAF Wittering, said: “We have a historic bond with our friends in Stamford - they have supported us brilliantly over the years.

"On Sunday we will recognise the sacrifices made by the RAF during the Battle of Britain."

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