FORMER military man Wayne Cherry has once again embarked on 100 hours of remembrance in the lead up to November 11.

Last year Mr Cherry remembered the fallen from the First World War and this year he is paying tribute to those who died in the Second World War.

He will be in the Brittox, Devizes, every day from 11am to 12.45 and in High Street Rowde from 1pm to 2pm. He said: “It is a small token of my gratitude of those who paid the ultimate price for the freedom we enjoy today.” He is supporting the Rowdeford Charity Trust. for children with special needs.