24th Oct, 2020

More than 250 people turn out as Catshill remembers the war dead

Tristan Harris 10th Nov, 2019 Updated: 14th Nov, 2019

MORE than 250 people turned out for Catshill’s annual Remembrance Sunday parade held at the war memorial on the junction of Stourbidge Road and Meadow Road.

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After a short service at Catshill Working Men’s Club the parade journeyed across to the memorial where the names of those from the village who lost their lives in conflict were read out.

The two-minute silence was held at 11am and then wreaths were laid at the memorial.

Daren Lacey, secretary of Catshill and Lickey End Royal British Legion and the areas’ Poppy Appeal organiser, said: “I have been here for three years and it has been getting bigger every year.

“The village always pulls together for Remembrance Sunday and always does us proud.

“We couldn’t ask for anymore from the community.”






Click below to hear our interview with Daren.

Those gathered met in the social club afterwards for coffee and tea.


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