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Students at Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech have helped the town's Royal British Legion Branch to celebrate its 100th birthday.

Year 7 pupils were invited to produce a poster to advertise this year's Armed Forces Day in Wisbech on June 19, with the winning design being chosen as the official advertisement for the event.

Toby North, chair of the branch together with branch president Bill Durrant and member Tim Martin were joined by Wisbech's newly appointed deputy mayor Peter Human and his wife Janet Tanfield at the school on Monday to view the posters.

Year 7 students at the Thomas Clarkson have designed posters to market the 1ooth anniversary of Wisbech Royal British Legion Branch which are now in display at the town's Argos store.
Year 7 students at the Thomas Clarkson have designed posters to market the 1ooth anniversary of Wisbech Royal British Legion Branch which are now in display at the town's Argos store.

Mr North talked to the students about the Royal British Legion and thanks art teacher, Sarah Loosemore and her pupils for their efforts.

A prize for the winning poster will be presented at this year's Armed Forces Day.

Mr North also expressed the importance of the link between military veterans and the youth of today which inevitably will become the face of the RBL in the future.

Year 7 students at the Thomas Clarkson have designed posters to market the 1ooth anniversary of Wisbech Royal British Legion Branch which are now in display at the town's Argos store.
Year 7 students at the Thomas Clarkson have designed posters to market the 1ooth anniversary of Wisbech Royal British Legion Branch which are now in display at the town's Argos store.

After the viewing branch members took the posters to the Argos shop in the Horsefair, who have given their kind support by allowing one of their windows to be used to display the posters for,which will be on display for the public to see for a week.



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