A statue to commemorate Kent soldiers who lost their lives in the Malayan conflict of the 1950s has been unveiled in Maidstone.
The memorial is also a tribute to armed service personnel who served in other campaigns after World War Two. It stands outside the town's museum next to a statue of a Gurkha soldier. Iain McBride reports.
The interviewees are Colonel Peter Bishop - President, Queen's Own Buffs Regimental Association and the sculptor Peter Birkett, who made the statue.
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