Remembrance Sunday events took place across the borough as residents stopped to honour the country’s fallen war heroes.
Members from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Slough & South Bucks laid wreaths across the borough on Remembrance Sunday.
The group paid their respects during a service at St Mary’s Church, Slough, and a ceremony in Cippenham. Youngsters from the organisation also helped marshal a parade through Burnham which travelled along the High Street before ending at the Cenotaph on the village green.
President Atiq Ahmad Bhatti said: “It is indeed a poignant time for us as a community as we join with so many others to remember the incredibly brave men and women who sacrificed their lives.
“Islam teaches loyalty to one’s country, and what can be more humbling than laying a wreath to remember those who fought for our freedom.
“It is always an incredible honour to be laying wreaths at the Remembrance Sunday ceremonies.” Continue reading at sloughexpress.co.uk
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