Parades and services mark Remembrance Sunday in west Norfolk
- Credit: Ian Burt
Parades and services were held across west Norfolk to mark Remembrance Sunday.
The largest was in King's Lynn, where a large crowd gathered around the war memorial in the Tower Gardens.
After a parade through the streets of the town, wreaths were laid at the memorial during an open air service.
Downham Market also saw a large parade, led by personnel from nearby RAF Marham.
They marched from the town hall to the town's war memorial, on London Road.
The wreath laying was led by deputy lord lieutenant of Norfolk James Bagge, while those laying wreaths included Group Capt Phil Marr, commanding officer at Marham.
There was a crowd of more than 1,000 at Hunstanton, where the parade and ceremony were joined by personnel from the US Air Force.
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