Eden District Council have expressed their pride at being involved in Armed Forces Week commemorations.
The council raised a flag at Penrith Town Hall earlier today to mark the start of the events, and were joined by members of the Royal British Legion.
"We are always delighted to proudly fly the flag to celebrate Armed Forces Day, which symbolises the contribution the Armed Forces have and continue to make to our country.
"We are delighted that members of The Royal British Legion joined with Eden Councillors, many of whom proudly served in HM Armed Forces to mark the occasion."
"As a previous member of Her Majesty's forces I know that it is always a morale booster to know that you have the support of the general public whilst carrying out your duty to your country.
"Showing our support in this way and continuing as we the Members of the Royal British Legion do, to stand Shoulder to Shoulder with all who Serve and have served we show our appreciation for the difficult tasks that our Armed Forces are asked to perform on our behalf."
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