ARMED forces from three nations came together in North Bersted to pay tribute to those who fought on D-Day.
The British, Norwegian and Canadian military representatives reflected the countries involved in the area’s advanced landing ground which served the invading forces.
The airfield was created from farmland north of Chalcraft Lane next to the Jubilee Field where the War in the Air commemoration took place 70 years after
Allied forces landed in Europe on June 6, 1944.
For the full story see the Bognor Regis Observer out tomorrow (Thursday, June 12)