It's been an overwhelming year of Remembrance - with events right across the region the country and the world -to mark 100 years since World War One and 70 years since D day and the Normandy landings. With most of the surviving veterans now in their 90's - how do we make sure we keep a record of the sacrifices made by servicemen for future generations.Well today in Portsmouth an event to do just that was held at the D Day museum- recording the incredible stories from scores of Normandy heroes. Chris Maughan went to have a look.
A Remembrance parade, which was under threat because of a lack of police officers, will now go ahead. The organisers of the event in Chatham and Kent Police have reached a solution, which means volunteers are being drafted in to help with safety. Iain McBride has this report.