STUDENTS LEAD COLLEGE REMEMBRANCE SERVICES

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Students at City of Wolverhampton College will be honouring those who have suffered or died in war at two Remembrance Services on Friday, 10 November.

Around 40 students, who are studying for qualifications in uniformed public services, will be holding the services at the Paget Road and Wellington Road campuses.

The students will form a guard of honour before standing to attention for a two minute silence at both campuses at 11am. Students from other areas of the college will also be attending the services.

Student Martin Searle, aged 19, who is in the second year of a level 3 extended diploma in uniformed public services, said: “It is important that we show our respect to the brave people who fought to protect our country and helped to give us the freedom we have today, and I will be participating in the service at the Paget Road campus.”

Tutor Richard Jones added: “Each service will be led by one of our students and many of the group have been coming into college before lessons to practice their drills.   It has been pleasing to see how they have worked together to organise the services which will be attended by staff and students at both campuses.”

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