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22 Year Old Conservative Town Mayor Will Remember the Fallen on Sunday

Wednesday, November 7th, 2012

Remembrance Sunday 2011

One of the youngest, if not the youngest, Mayor’s in the UK will lead Fazeley in remembering those who gave their lives in all wars and conflicts on Sunday morning.

22-year-old Cllr Rebecca James will lay a wreath at the town’s war memorial before leading a parade to St Paul’s Church for the service of remembrance where she will give a reading during the service.

Cllr James said, “It will be an honour to lay the wreath on behalf of everybody in Fazeley and it is also very sobering to think that many of those who gave their lives were the same as I am today.”

Cllr James will be joined by other local Conservative politicians including her father, Cllr Andrew James a former Mayor of Fazeley and the current Leader of Fazeley Town Council.

The wreath laying service will take place in Fazeley’s Memorial Square, next to the Town Hall, and will start at 10:30am.