Wreath laid in Boston to mark Royal British Legion's centenary
The Royal British Legion in Boston joined branches across the country to come together to mark the 100th anniversary of the organisation.
By Damian Holmes
Published 17th May 2021, 12:02 BST
Updated 18th May 2021, 09:22 BST
Wreaths were laid at Whitehall in London and in other parts of the country including Lincolnshire on Saturday at 9am - the same time as the first wreaths were laid at the Cenotaph in 1921.
The ceremony at the Cenotaph was led by retired Lieutenant General James Bashall, national president of the RBL.
In Boston a wreath was laid at the Memorial by vice chairman Karl Bates at the same time.
Others attending the ceremony in Boston included Rio Tiffin (treasurer), Andrew Downey (acting chairman of The Riders Branch), Lesley Downey (member of The Riders Branch)