Armed Forces Day is coming up this weekend and to celebrate, Greenwich is pulling out all the stops to show it's support.

The day that shows support for our Armed Forces and is held on the last Saturday of June every year and celebrates all of the people who work hard for our country.

You can find out more about what they are doing at home and around the world by visiting the official sites of the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force.

And so this Saturday, the borough will hold it's annual, Royal Greenwich Get Together Community Festival and Armed Forces Day event.

This free event is a great day out for all the family and will take place across the whole of Woolwich from General Gordon Square right down Number One Street on the Royal Arsenal to the river.

Activities this year include an eclectic line up of live music, children’s entertainment, theatre, circus, arts and crafts, sports activities and workshops.

There will also be a carnival-style community parade made up of schools, groups and performers from across the borough as well as artisan street food, bars and a farmers’ market.

There will be an armed forces area featuring military vehicles and displays, marine activities on the river and a veterans' parade and award ceremony.

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