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The Town Council is pleased to support the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal and last year, we invited you to create knitted poppies as part of a new display for the 2022 Remembrance commemorations.
Thank you to all who have contributed to this project, we had an overwhelming response and the poppies were proudly displayed on the River Bridge on Leighton Road. Following several enquiries and the appreciation expressed by residents, we hope to extend this project in 2023.
If you are interested in contributing Poppies please forward your details to email@example.com. Poppies can be knitted or crocheted and we welcome a variety of different designs – lots of ideas here!
If you are part of a crafting group who would like to help us expand the display for 2023, please get in touch.
Remembrance Sunday 2022: Sunday, 13 November
This years’ Service of Remembrance took place on Sunday 13 November. The parade of Veterans and Uniformed Organisations left Lake Street shortly after 10:30 and gathered in Church Square in preparation for the Act of Remembrance which began shortly before 11am.
A live stream is available on the Town Council’s Facebook Page.
A short Act of Remembrance also took place at Linslade Memorial at 12:45pm was recorded, and is available via our Facebook page.
Service of Remembrance 2022 Videos
View the videos from the Service of Remembrance 2022 below:
Leighton Buzzard Service: https://youtu.be/3ecmpWYYJsc
Linslade Service: https://youtu.be/LeZhYRKr4_I
You can view previous years and our other videos by visiting our You Tube Channel.