(pics`; Present standard bearer Richard Hignett (cantre) with his predecessors Maurice Baker and Gwen Gray, at the Royal British Legion Garden of Remembrance, which has been refurbished and rededicated, at Royal Wootton Bassett Cemetery; Chaplain Rev Canon Jane Curtis; flypast) )

Dignitaries from across the county and members of the Royal British Legion, shared in a memorable , well- attended ceremony at Royal Wootton Bassett's Garden of Remembrance, which has been refurbished as an impressive tranquil focal point of the town cemetery.. Local cadets provided a Guard of Honour at the entrance.

The Garden has commemorative stone plaques in tribute to the Fallen of two World Wars , and in remembrance of the American service personnel who were stationed locally in the months prior to D-Day, and returned appreciatively in post-War years.

A flypast by a historic light aircraft was a feature of the rededication, . The aircraft, an L4 Piper Cub, built in America in 1944, iwas piloted by the owner, Andrew Blackford, who generously made it available for this special event. Royal British Legion chaplain the Rev Canon Jane Curtis.m led prayers, and the assembled visitors sang the National Anthem. Sue Hughes, representing the RBL committee responsible for the Garden of Remembrance, spoke of the Garden's role for all who have been involved : "Free to be here. Free to have a space to remember. Free to choose to work on this garden, and to do so in the peace and liberty that others have created and maintained, over the past 100 years.''