Beverley Armed Forces Day
HUNDREDS of people turned out to show their support for the troops at Beverley Armed Forces Day.
The free family event, which took place at Saturday Market, featured parades, music and a drumhead service.
Designed to promote understanding and enhance recognition of the armed forces, the event is led by SSAFA Forces Help East Yorkshire.
The event featured fun for all the family, including a paintball range, climbing wall and the chance to sit in a variety of military vehicles.
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Yorkshire Regiment Corporal Charles McCaffer attended with his twin daughters, Charlie-Mai and Madison.
Charles, who returned from Afghanistan in April, said: "I think it is a great event because it promotes everything involved and gives people an understanding. I brought the girls along to show them what I do and they are having a great time. It is a good family day out."
A Tiger Moth flypast was cancelled due to technical difficulties but with an array of stalls, bands and performances, there was still plenty for the crowds to enjoy.
Sergeant Jason Garnham, who is based at Leconfield, visited with his family.
He said: "It it brilliant because it raises awareness and is a great day out."