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Huntingdon Poppy Appeal Launch
Saturday 26th October 2019
For the past 98 years volunteers all across the country have helped with collecting for the Poppy Appeal which supports all those that have served in our Armed Forces when help is needed. Veterans today can be in their teens and may need help and support for many years.
To launch the start of collecting for the Poppy Appeal this year there will be a
"Poppy Blitz " in the town starting at 10-00am with the Huntingdon Town Mayor Steve McAdam and Mrs Audrey McAdam the Mayoress, veterans from the local Royal British Legion branch with support from serving uniformed personnel including Army, Air force and Navy from RAF Wyton Military Base who have volunteered to help collect.
Mr Bill Redford who is 92 and a Royal Engineers Veteran of WW2 has also volunteered to help and as he was a Corporal in the Royal Engineers he will be escorted by a serving Corporal from the same regiment.
There will also be several vintage and modern military vehicles in the Market Square and subject to availability members of the regional Bikers Branch with their superbikes. Bill Redford is a veteran member of the "Bikers" at 92!!
At 11-00am everyone will gather in the Market Square to take part in " Poppy Petal Drop" over the assembled collectors vehicles, bikes and military supporters from the balcony of the Town Hall .
All are welcome to attend and members of the Huntingdon Branch will be in town early to remind everyone that they are most welcome to join in.
Last year the Royal British Poppy Appeal raised over £50 million for the first time ever and Huntingdon residents contributed over £36,000.
For anyone wishing to help or request a wreath to lay on Remembrance Sunday or to join the local branch please contact Judith Armstrong, Branch Secretary Juditharmatrong1@gmail.com
Remembrance Sunday is the day traditionally put aside to remember all those who have given their lives for the peace and freedom we enjoy today. On this day, people across the nation pause to reflect about the sacrifices made by our brave Service men and women.
This year's Remembrance Sunday will take place on the Market Square on Sunday 10th November 2019. There will be a short parade and service, which is organised in conjunction with RAF Wyton to mark this day. There will be a wreath laying service at the Thinking Soldier statue, following this there will be a march along the High Street and St Mary's Street. We always urge as many members of the community to join those paying tribute to the millions who have lost their lives through times of conflict and war and would welcome any additional community groups, organisations or charities who wish to participate in the 2019 commemorations.
If you would like to participate please email email@example.com
A two-minute silence will also be held on the Market Square on Monday 11th November 2019.
Photo Credit: Cllr Karl Webb
We are pleased to announce that the results for Huntingdon in Bloom 2019 are here!
- Hinchingbrooke Country Park - Winner of Biodiversity Award
- Huntingdon - Runner up for Environmental Quality Award
- Overall winner of the 3D Local Authority Displays
- Gold Awards and overall winner of the Small Cemeteries for Primrose Lane and Priory Road Cemeteries
- Gold Award for the Large Town Category
We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who participated in and supported Huntingdon in Bloom this year. Special thanks goes to our hard working Estates Services Team.
We have created a new page on our website detailing all of the information regarding Huntingdon Town Council's new Crematorium and Cemetery project. This includes the timeline of the project, the finances and the coverage that has been published within the local media.
For more information click here.
Huntingdon Christmas Market returns for the third year from Friday 22nd November - Sunday 24th November 2019. Brought to you by Huntingdon Town Council, the market will run for three days this year with a huge variety of gifts, food and other treats. We can't wait to get into the Christmas spirit with you!
We will be taking bookings for traders up until the deadline of 1st October, if you are interested in trading at our event, please email Georgia.Elderkin@huntingdontown.gov.uk for more information or download a booking form below:
Christmas Market Trader Booking Form 2019 (PDF, 191 Kb)
The trader booking for Huntingdon Christmas Market 2019