Horncastle News reader Alice Cousins has sent in a photograph of Korean War veterans who took part in the town’s Remembrance Day parade last Sunday.
The veterans gathered in gardens off Boston Road, close to a memorial to the Korean War.
The conflict, which began in June, 1950, is often referred to as ‘The Forgotten War’ - due to the lack of coverage it received.
British soldiers were sent out to Korea for 12 months, spending three weeks on the frontline at a time.
The war lasted for 1,128 days, during which time 1,109 British servicemen were killed and 109 recorded as missing.
Local veterans held a commemorative service in Horncastle in 2013 to mark 60 years since the ceasefire between North and South Korea.