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Gallery: Parade sees armed forces honoured in Romford

PUBLISHED: 07:00 29 June 2015 | UPDATED: 08:28 29 June 2015

Havering's annual parade for Armed Forces Day which starts at South Street in Romford and ends at Havering Town Hall

Havering's annual parade for Armed Forces Day which starts at South Street in Romford and ends at Havering Town Hall

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The streets of Romford were lined with crowds waving flags on Saturday as the armed forces were honoured.

Serving troops, service families, veterans and cadets were among those who marched through the town to mark Armed Forces Day.

The parade started at the junction of South Street and Arcade Place at 10.30am finishing at Tollgate House, in Market Place.

For a full report see this week’s Recorder

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