On Remembrance Sunday, Resham spent the afternoon at the Vincennes Memorial in order to lay a wreath on behalf of those living in Dulwich & West Norwood.
Resham said: “I was proud to be able to perform an incredibly important duty when I represented the residents of Dulwich & West Norwood at the annual ceremony of Remembrance at the Vincennes Memorial and laid a wreath to honour the Fallen. This was especially poignant as we were marking the 100 years since the start of World War 1.”
There was a moving service at the Vincennes memorial with hymns played by the Salvation Army band and various poems, prayers and speeches to commemorate those who gave their lives for our freedom. Faith and community groups from the local community were able to lay wreaths and the great sacrifice made by our armed forces was marked with a minute of silence.