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Armed Forces Day Flag to fly


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Armed Forces Day Flag to fly

Conwy County Borough Council is raising the Armed Forces Day flag to mark Armed Forces Day on Saturday 26 June.

Cllr Liz Roberts, Conwy County Borough Council’s Armed Forces Champion said, “I’m honoured to raise this flag outside Conwy County Borough Council’s Bodlondeb offices to show our support for our Armed Forces, including the many reservists. Armed Forces Day is an opportunity for communities to show their support for the men and women of the United Kingdom's Armed Forces and to highlight the significant contribution former service personnel continue to make in all our communities."

Major Jeff Moses, a reservist with 3 Royal Welsh and local Police Officer with North Wales Police, said, “Conwy County Borough Council works very closely with 3 Royal Welsh in support of the Armed Forces and Veterans communities.”

Posted on 25/06/2021

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