A flypast by a Lancaster bomber will help mark the dedication of a town’s cenotaph.
The classic aircraft is expected to fly over Congleton at 3.12pm on Sunday, September 19.
It will form part of a parade marking the improved site.
The town cenotaph – last dedicated in 1923 – now contains more than 600 names.
Council officials hope people will join a parade which starts at 2.10pm in West Street car park.
It is being led by Rode Hall Silver Band with Gary Dolman, from the Royal British Legion, as parade sergeant.
Town mayor Councillor Denis Murphy said: “It is important that we remember and honour all the local people who have lost their lives while serving their country.
“I am delighted that we finally have a cenotaph site that does this.”
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