People gathered for a remembrance afternoon tea to pay tribute to the servicemen and women who have lost their lives as well as commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War.

Homeowners at retirement home, Goldwyn House, in Studio Way were joined by members of the public and representatives of the Royal British Legion.

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Alongside afternoon tea, guests shared their wartime memories in what was an emotional and poignant day.

People wore special hats portraying the true British spirit.

Simon Pendlebury, regional managing director for McCarthy and Stone, said: “We are very pleased that people and homeowners at Goldwyn House attended the remembrance afternoon tea to commemorate the many servicemen and women who lost their lives during the two World Wars, or in more recent conflicts.

“It was a poignant day reflecting on the last century, and it was lovely to see the community come together and spend Remembrance Sunday at Goldwyn House.”

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