By Ian Dipple Friday 16 August 2013 Updated: 16/08 10:50
MEN who lost their lives fighting in Burma during the Second World War are to be remembered in Bromsgrove tomorrow (Saturday).
The town’s Burma Star Association is holding its annual service to commemorate those soldiers, sailors and airmen who served and gave their lives during the Burma Campaign of 1943 to 1945.
A service will be held at the Burma Campaign memorial in Crown Close, Bromsgrove at 11am and will be led by Canon Graham Lyall from Worcester.
During the ceremony wreaths will be laid by members of Bromsgrove District Council, the Burma Star Association, their widows, The Far East Prisoners of War Association, regimental representatives and the British Legion. Ex-members of the services and the public are welcome to attend.
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