County Voice

Flag ceremony to mark Reserves Day and Armed Forces Day

The Council has marked Reserves Day and Armed Forces Day

The Welsh and English Armed Forces flags were raised during a ceremony at County Hall.

Armed Forces Day took place on 25 June, and is a chance to support the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community, from currently serving troops to service families, veterans and cadets.

Reserves Day celebrates their contribution to the Armed Forces and took place on June 22.

Attending the ceremony were Councillor Arwel Roberts, Chair of the Council, The Lord Lieutenant of Clwyd, High Sheriff of Clwyd, and several civic dignitaries.

Councillor Roberts said: “The Council is showing our support for Armed Forces members past and present who have risked their lives to keep us safe and who continue to do so. We are paying our respect to the Armed Forces community by flying these flags at County Hall.”

“We are also honouring the vital contribution many reservists make to our Armed Forces.”

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