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Jack, 80, from Dumfries, went on a trip last year to France for the 55th anniversary of the Normandy invasion with the Carlisle branch of the Normandy Veterans Association, for which they gave him pounds 100 travel expenses.
There was a guard of honour from the North Wales branch of the Royal Marines Association, of which he was an esteemed member, and of the Normandy Veterans Association, at Colwyn Bay Crematorium.
WELSH World War II heroes bade an emotional farewell to the Normandy Veterans Association after it held its last event in Wales because of dwindling numbers.
WELSH World War II heroes have said an emotional farewell to the Normandy Veterans Association after it held its last event in Wales because of dwindling numbers.
The Normandy Veterans Association will be disbanded in November as time finally defeats them.
The Normandy Veterans Association has been helping the world remember their wartime heroics for decades.
30pm, Newcastle Branch, Normandy Veterans Association, Companions Club, Leazes Park Road, Newcastle.
Ex-soldier Peter Hodge, from the Normandy Veterans Association, said: "We should not allow them to dictate to us.
Some bore Normandy Veterans Association (NVA) national and branch standards, others walked proudly alongside former colleagues with sticks, some joined the parade from King Charles Street to the Cenotaph in wheelchairs.
PROUD: Members of the Normandy Veterans Association are greeted by spectators as they march by after a wreath laying ceremony at the Cenotaph, in Whitehall, central London marking the 65th anniversary of the WWII D-Day Landings, in which they fought.
As 18 members of Birmingham's Normandy Veterans Association wandered among the lovingly tended war graves and along now-tranquil sands, it became clear that more than six decades have done little to dull the horrors.