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Military charity invites local residents to attend Llandudno Cenotaph march to commemorate 75 years since D-Day

Blind Veterans UK are welcoming local residents to attend a march from the Llandudno Promenade to the Llandudno Cenotaph to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

The charity, who are organising a whole week of activities, are asking locals to come and support them on their march on 6 June for a remembrance service.  The march will be attended by the Mayor and Mayoress of Llandudno, the Royal British Legion, Association of Wrens, Royal Naval Association and the Ysgol Craig Y Don school choir. The march will start at 10.30am from the promenade.

The D-Day event will also be attended by blind veterans who served on D-Day and will end with a buffet lunch at the centre.        

This D-Day event is part of a week of events organised by the charity which began on Monday 3 June. Other activities during the week include a RAF Valley Tour, as well as a Second World War Vehicles and equipment display.

Notes to Editor

Blind Veterans UK helps vision-impaired ex-Service men and women of every generation rebuild their lives after sight loss. Since 1915, we’ve provided rehabilitation, training, practical advice and emotional support to tens of thousands of blind veterans.

Find out more at: blindveterans.org.uk and follow us on Facebook at: facebook.com/blindveteransuk and on Twitter at: twitter.com/blindveterans.

Original article link: https://www.blindveterans.org.uk/

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