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Hertsmere remembers the fallen

Last Modified November 09, 2017

Mayoral representatives will be attending ceremonies and wreath-laying services across the borough this Remembrance Sunday (12 November) in honour of all those who have given their lives in conflicts around the globe.

Mayor of Hertsmere, Cllr Charles Goldstein and Mayoress, Mrs Gail Goldstein will be at Christ Church, Watling Street, Radlett at 9.15am and then at Radlett War Memorial at 10.45am.

Hertsmere's Deputy Mayor, Cllr Brenda Batten and Deputy Consort, Mr John Batten, will be at Holy Trinity Church in Bushey Mill Lane, Bushey, at 10.15am, Bushey War Memorial at 2pm and at St James's Church in High Street, Bushey at 3pm.

Leader of the Council, Cllr Morris Bright, will be at St Nicholas Church in High Street, Elstree at 9.30am and at Elstree War Memorial from 11am.

Deputy Leader of the Council, Cllr John Graham and his wife, Barbara, will be at the South Mimms War Memorial in St Albans Road from 10.45am and at St Giles Church in South Mimms from 11.15am.

Cllr Carey Keates and his wife Shirley will be at Letchmore Heath War Memorial from 10am.

Cllr Paul Morris OBE and his wife Linda will be at Borehamwood War Memorial from 11am and at All Saints Church, Borehamwood from 11.30am.

Cllr Martin Worster and his wife Pam will be at Potters Bar War Memorial from 10.40am and at St Mary's Church, Potters Bar from 11.30am.

Cllr Pete Rutledge and Cllr Jane West will be at St Martin's Parish Church, Shenley from 9.30am and Shenley War Memorial from 10.45am.

For more information about Remembrance Sunday go to www.britishlegion.org.uk/remembrance

The Hertfordshire Armed Forces Covenant recognises the sacrifice and commitment that our armed forces make to protect the country and its people. Whether you are leaving service and looking to settle in Hertfordshire, are a reservist living in the area, or have any other connection with the armed forces, then the covenant aims to give you support when you need it. If you are a business, find out how you can pledge your support by signing a Corporate Covenant. Visit the Hertfordshire Heroes website for more details www.hertfordshireheroes.org

Posted on Thursday 9th November 2017

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