SLIDESHOW: The Royal British Legion mark the WW1 centenary with a Remembrance Parade in Bletchley

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Hundreds of people descended upon Bletchley Park to pay respect to those who have lost their lives in conflict.

The Royal British Legion led yesterday’s Remembrance Day parade, 100 years on from the start of the First World War.

Bletchley Remembrance Day Parade

Bletchley Remembrance Day Parade

Starting from Bletchley Park, the parade ended at the Bletchley cenotaph where wreaths were laid by the city’s leading figures including Iain Stewart MP for MK South, Deputy Mayor of Milton Keynes Councillor Keith McLean and MK Dons chairman Pete Winkelman.

Terry Hall the Parade organiser said “ The Parade has grown from strength to strength and is hugely important to the local community.

“I am always moved by the fantastic support we get for the Remembrance Parade.

“It is such a huge part of our country’s culture and a symbol of respect for those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in conflicts past and present.”