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Parade Launches Nuneaton's 2010 Poppy Appeal Collection

The 2010 Nuneaton Poppy Appeal will be officially launched during a ceremony in the Market Place on Saturday, 30th October

The Nuneaton & Stockingford Branch of the Royal British Legion and Ex-service Association standard bearers will be marching into the town centre Market Place at 10:30am accompanied by Band of 121 ( Nuneaton ) Squadron Air Training Corps.

The Mayor & Mayoress, Cllr Don Navarro & his wife Jennifer, and representatives from 30 Signal Regiment will also be present.

There will be a minutes silence in between the Last Post and Reveille before the Nuneaton Poppy Appeal gets underway.

All ex-service personnel, serving members of the armed forces and especially the people of Nuneaton are urged to come along and give their support to the 2010 Poppy Appeal.

Three generations join forces to collect for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal, Warrant Officer Jim Taylor, Cadet Jemma Porta, Cadet Nataly Spreadborough and Parade Marshall Jesse Owen.

The Air cadet Band of 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron do their bit to help the Nuneaton & Stockingford Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal off to a flying start - Click to enlarge
Standards parade through the centre of Nuneaton to herald the start of the 2009 Poppy Appeal Collection – Click to Enlarge
The Air cadet Band of 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron do their bit to help the Nuneaton & Stockingford Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal off to a flying start - Click to enlarge


The Royal British Legion was created to preserve the spirit of fellowship and service to others formed by all ranks and to maintain, in a strong, stimulating, united comradeship, all those who have served in H.M. Forces, or Auxiliary Forces or who are still serving so that neither their efforts nor their interests shall be forgotten; and that their welfare and that of the dependants of those who died in the service of their country may be safeguarded; and that just and equitable treatment shall be secured to them in respect of the difficulties caused in their lives as a result of their service.

121 Squadron ATC is affiliated to the Nuneaton & Stockingford branch of the Royal British Legion.


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