Veterans mark 70th anniversary of UN Charter.

Korean veterans gathered in King’s Lynn to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the United Nations Charter coming into force.
The event, held at Tower Gardens on Saturday, was opened with prayers by Lynn’s All Saints Church rector, Father Adrian Ling.
Around 40 people, including widows, members and guests attended the service, which lasted around 25 minutes.
A two-minute silence was held, followed by the laying of wreaths.
West Norfolk Mayor, Colin Manning, said he was honoured to attend the service.
He said:  “I have been told rather candidly, by the president of the British Korean Veterans Association (West Norfolk Branch), that this is probably the last time this service will be held.
“The guys are getting older.  And they will still commemorate on Armistice Day, but it looks as though the service was the last so it was rather poignant.”
Kenneth Jones, secretary for the British Korean Veterans Association said the service went well.
He said: “Everything went according to plan.  It’s important to pay our respects to the UN.”