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Poppy Cllr ValeWyre Forest District Council’s frontline vehicles are displaying poppies this week as a Remembrance tribute to all those who fought – and lost their lives – in conflicts since World War One.

The front of many of its operational vehicles, from refuse trucks to grounds maintenance vehicles,  will proudly display a large poppy throughout the Remembrance period as a mark of respect to all those who fought and lost their lives representing their country.

Cabinet member for operational services at Wyre Forest District Council Councillor Rebecca Vale (pictured) said: “This is a very simple but powerful way to show our respect and gratitude to those who put their lives on the line for their country and also in tribute to those who continue to serve in our armed forces today.”

Wyre Forest District Council will also be marking Armistice Day on Friday 11 November by observing a 2 Minutes’ Silence for staff and visitors at Wyre Forest House in Kidderminster.

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