Remembrance Sunday events are "massively important" to soldiers in honouring those who have gone before, an officer has said.
Warrant Officer Simon Nickleson from the East Midlands Universities Officers Training Corps, who was in charge of today's armed forces parade through Nottingham, said it was a "real privilege" to be part of the remembrance event in the city today.
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