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Harleston butchers D A Browne & Son create window display with community's wreaths





A butchers has been delighting passers-by and shoppers with its latest window display – housing dozens of wreaths to mark Remembrance Sunday.

Every year, D A Browne & Son in Harleston displays its own wreath, as well as those from local groups and organisations, as well as raising money for the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal.

“We hold on to them every year for the Harleston community, and we’ve been doing that for about 15 years,” said shop manager Andy Orford.

Andy Orford, Dylan Hunter and Callum Thompson-Browne. Picture: Mark Bullimore Photography 2022.
Andy Orford, Dylan Hunter and Callum Thompson-Browne. Picture: Mark Bullimore Photography 2022.

“The number of wreaths has grown in size each year and we proudly display them for the community, leaving the lights on at night so they can be seen.

“Remembrance Day has such great support here in Harleston and we’re very proud to support that in any way we can.”

The wreaths will be laid at the war memorial in Broad Street on Sunday, with the parade setting off from Exchange Street at 10.40am.



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