This group of pals will be running back into Hemel Hempstead on Saturday after a massive four-day 100 mile challenge.
Led by James Allsopp, the team – made up of serving and former members of the armed forces – will arrive at the bandstand in Marlowes at 2pm where they will be welcomed home by Dacorum Mayor Bert Chapman and the town’s MP Mike Penning .
The group, who set off on their mammoth run from the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire on Wednesday, are raising cash for the Royal British Legion ahead of Remembrance Sunday. Donate at http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/hemel100milers or show support by turning out on Saturday.
Services on Remembrance Sunday:
Hemel Hempstead, from 10.30am Royal British Legion veterans and RAF Halton servicemen and women will march from the bandstand to the war memorial at St John’s Church in Boxmoor for a Remembrance service.
Tring, 10am service of Remembrance at St Peter and St Paul Church, High Street, followed by a silent vigil at the war memorial at 11am.
Wigginton, 10am service at St Bartholomew’s Church, Vicarage Road, followed by 11am Remembrance at the war memorial.
Wilstone, 10am service at St Cross Church.
Berkhamsted, 2.30pm parade from the Kings Road to St Peter’s Church for wreath laying and a service inside the church at 3pm. Afterwards the Royal British Legion will march back along the High Street. Kings Road and High Street will be closed between 2.30pm and 3.15pm and then 3.45pm and 4.30pm.
Northchurch, 10am service at St Mary’s Church, followed by Remembrance at the war memorial at 11am.
Kings Langley, 3pm service at All Saints Church, Church Lane.
Abbots Langley, 10.55am Act of Remembrance at the war memorial followed by service in St Lawrence Church.
Bedmond, 3pm service at The Church of the Ascension, Church Hill.
Chipperfield, 10.50am service at St Paul’s Parish Church, The Common.
Flamstead, 10.50am service at the village war memorial, High Street.
Markyate, 10.50am service at the village war memorial, High Street.