In honour of those men and women who have given their lives in the fight for freedom, there will be Church services and wreath-laying ceremonies held in Walsall on Remembrance Sunday.
Councillor Angela Underhill will assemble with representatives at 10:05am on Sunday 8th November, and Walsall's Mayor be leading the annual civic procession to the town's cenotaph for the laying of wreaths. The Mayor will accompany members of John Henry Carless's family to place a wreath on the Carless memorial in Lichfield Street, on behalf of the town.
The Mayor said: "Remembrance Day is a time for us to reflect and remember the sacrifices made both in the past and in current conflicts.
"Our thoughts will rightly be with those brave men and women and their loved ones on this important day."
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