Harborough’s Royal British Legion leaders lay a wreath to mark their 100th anniversary

Our photographer Andrew Carpenter was there to capture the moment

Monday, 17th May 2021, 12:22 pm
Market Harborough Royal British Legion president Barbara Johnson lays a wreath to celebrate a 100 years.

Market Harborough’s Royal British Legion leaders laid a wreath in the town centre on Saturday (May 15) to mark the 100th anniversary of their world-famous organisation.

Stewart Harrison, the chairman of the RBL’s Market Harborough branch, carried out the poignant ceremony at the town’s war memorial with new branch president Barbara Johnson.

Our photographer Andrew Carpenter was there to capture the moment.

President Barbara Johnson and chairman Stewart Harrison after the Royal British Legion 100th anniversary wreath laying on the Square.

Stewart said the 100-year landmark was a 'proud and humbling' moment.