22nd Jan, 2019

Remembering great-uncle at national Armistice ceremony

Rob George 8th Nov, 2018

A LONG-SERVING city councillor will be among those at the Armistice centenary service at Westminster Abbey as the nation prepares to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.

Coun Adrian Gregson will be in attendance at the service which will see The Queen, Prime Minister Theresa May and other senior figures gather to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

As well as representing the city, the service will be particularly poignant for Coun Gregson who will be wearing the medals of his great-uncle who was killed during the conflict in April 1918.

“I am honoured to have been invited and very privileged to be able to go since the Abbey only holds 2,000 people,” he said.


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