MEMBERS of the Tenbury Wells and District Branch of The Royal British Legion joined thousands of Armed Forces veterans and supporters from across the UK and worldwide in a pilgrimage of remembrance to some of World War One’s most poignant sites.

A spectacular two-mile march through Ypres to the Commonwealth War Grave Commission’s Menin Gate Memorial, led by 1,100 Standard Bearers, was the culmination of the three day event which saw the 2,200 participants visit the trenches, battlefields and cemeteries of France and Belgium.

Edd Corfield and Chris St Clair attended the Great Pilgrimage 90 as representatives of The Tenbury Wells Branch as a Standard Bearer and wreath layer respectively.

GP90, was the Legion’s biggest membership event in modern history.