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Stoll honours all those who Served in the Armed Forces

 

On Friday at 11.00am, Veterans from Stoll honoured all those who Served in the Armed Forces and gathered as an act of remembrance around a memorial at Stoll Mansions in Fulham. There was a short service and ‘The Last Post’ played by a bugler. There were also wreaths laid at Wessex House and Chiswick. Stoll is the leading provider of support and housing for the Veterans’ community, supporting the nation’s ex-Servicemen and women since 1916.

Stoll Veteran Mac served in the Army for around 7 years. Mac said: “Remembrance is something to be proud of. The poppy symbolises those that fought and are fighting. For me, I am proud to remember what our forces did and are doing on behalf of our country. It is a chance to remember the huge sacrifice those individuals have made.”

On Remembrance Sunday, Stoll Veterans will join hundreds of other Veterans to proudly march past the Cenotaph in central London. Today, just as Stoll did 100 years ago, Stoll is proud to provide housing and support to Veterans in the greatest need.