The Royal British Legion’s Wiltshire county parade and rededication took place in Salisbury on 8th June 2014. An annual event, this year it also commemorated the 70th anniversary of D-Day.
The servicemen and their standard bearers marched along Blue Boar Row, Queen Street and New Canal to St Thomas’s Church where the service of rededication was held. Wreaths were laid by the County Chairman of the Royal British Legion and the County Chairman of the Women’s Section.
After a 45-minute service, the parade marched back to the Guildhall Square via Blue Boar Row where Salisbury mayor Jo Broom took the salute.
The standards were trooped in the Guildhall Square before a reception in the Guildhall.
The county parade is held in a different Wiltshire location each year and it was last held in Salisbury in 2003.