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Black Country Chamber of Commerce Lay Wreaths on Remembrance Sunday

Black Country Chamber of Commerce are honoured every year to be invited to lay wreaths for those soldiers who have fought for their country. This year, the Chamber had representatives from the four boroughs taking part in the important remembrance services.

Vice–President of the Black Country Chamber of Commerce, Kevin Rogers, was invited by the Mayor of Wolverhampton to lay a wreath in Wolverhampton.

David Williams, Black Country Chamber of Commerce Board member, was kindly invited by the Mayor of Dudley to lay a wreath at the Dudley service.

Black Country Chamber of Commerce Board member Adrian Wright participated in the Sandwell service to lay a wreath after an invitation from the Mayor of Sandwell.

Simon Fisher, Black Country Chamber of Commerce Board member, was delighted to participate in the Walsall service to lay a wreath following an invitation from the Mayor of Walsall.

Ninder Johal, Black Country Chamber President, commented: “The Black Country Chamber of Commerce are proud to support the Armed Forces in the local area. I have been involved in many of the special services and events that have taken place over the last couple of years. I would like to thank the local communities for inviting us to participate and for the business community for their continued support of the Armed Forces.”

Last modified on Wednesday, 11 November 2015 15:43

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