Remembrance Sunday: 222 takes part in Wroxham service

222 (Broadlands) Sqn has once again taken part in the Remembrance Parade in Wroxham, to pay its respects to those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in conflict, as well as those still serving in our armed forces.

Twenty-six cadets and seven members of staff along with members of the Squadrons civilian welfare committee were present for this year’s annual Remembrance parade.

The Squadron formed up at the masonic lodge in Wroxham and marched to St Marys Church stopping at the memorial to lay a wreath in remembrance and then attending a service in the church.

Following the service, the Squadron marched back to the masonic lodge car park paying their respects to the memorial during the march past.

The Squadrons drill and uniform standards were of an exceptionally high standard providing a fitting tribute not only in remembrance but also to the many members of the general public and parents who were in attendance.

Congratulations and well done to everybody involved.