Canadian soldiers have been honoured at a commemoration in Shorncliffe near Folkestone.
The event was held to tell the story of the Canadians who fought at Vimy in France.
The Shorncliffe Trust who organised the event, wanted to acknowledge their journey from Canada to Shorncliffe - before setting out across the Channel in 1917.
Jenna Verdicchio has been speaking to Captain Terry Plant and Chairman of the Shorncliffe Trust, Chris Shaw.
The British troops from B Company 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles have been operating in Helmand’s Nad-e Ali district for the past four months.
Their return comes weeks before their original end of tour date after handing over their base to Afghan National Security Forces.
Gurkhas soldiers based in Kent have started returning home from Afghanistan as part of a programme of troop reduction in the region.
It's understood that one company of the Royal Gurkha Rifles, based at Shorncliffe, near Folkestone has already returned.
The remainder of the regiment will be flown home in stages.