On Sunday 13 November 2016, cadets from 2517 (Buxton) Squadron Air training Corps stepped out into the crisp November air to remember those who gave their lives in conflict so that others might live and enjoy freedom and peace.
The Buxton parade is one of many events taking part in towns and cities across the UK, as the nation remembers those who lost their lives in the service of peace.
The Buxton service is held annually on the Slopes and is attended by local dignitaries, members of the armed forces, Royal British legion as well as representatives of the Police, Fire Service, Ambulance Service, Scouts, Guides and the cadet forces, including the Sea Cadet Corps, Army Cadet Force and Air Training Corps.
Music was performed by the Fairfield Band who led a short procession after the service to Pavilion Gardens.
In a very moving ceremony, cadets lay wreaths for the ATC as well as the Royal Air Force Association (RAFA).
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