Ealing’s Conservative Councillors attended the Armistice Day’s 2-minute silence on the steps of the Town Hall last weekend. They also joined the march on Sunday from the Town Hall to the Ealing Green War Memorial (which is located in front of Pitzhanger Manor by Walpole Park), to take part in the commemoration of the men and women who died in conflict defending the values we hold so dear.
There were readings and blessings from all religions and wreaths were presented from associations across the Ealing community, as well as the main political parties.
Councillor Seema Kumar commented, “It is always an honour and a privilege to attend the Remembrance services that Ealing hold so proudly and the attendance was larger than I remember. Being part of the March from the Town Hall fills my heart with pride, thinking of those who gave their lives and our present armed forces. We shall never forget.”
Councillor Julian Gallant also said, “Every year I attend the Remembrance services and feel ever more strongly about the people who made the ultimate sacrifice. They died in defense of freedoms we must never take for granted.”
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