Fulford – soldiers of today leave for battle

You don’t often see a sign like this.    It’s really good to see such a smart Fulford sign  –  Fulford, the first of the three battles of 1066.   And also good to send our best wishes to 2nd Signal Regiment who are preparing to leave York for an operational tour in Helmand province.

A special pre-deployment service was held for them at St Oswald’s Church, Fulford, and more than 250 soldiers marched down the main street headed by their Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Colonel Colin Vaudin.

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