ConorхЪjoined hundreds of local residents in taking part in Remembrance Day services across St Helens North.
On Friday, he attended a service at Billinge Remembrance Garden, where local schoolchildren had gathered to remember.
On Sunday, Conor joined veterans, cadets, community groups, local councillors and residents in Newton-le-Willows at a Remembrance Day parade and service at St John’s, andхЪ laid a wreath at the War Memorial at Earlestown Town Hall.\n

The day ended with an interdenominational service of commemoration at St Aidan’s Billinge where those who had died during both World Wars from the parish were remembered.
Remembrance Day is hugely important to our communities in St Helens North and across the borough, particularly to bereaved families of service personnel and to veterans.
Conor alsoхЪthankedхЪall those who organised, took part in and attended events this year.


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