Broseley pair honoured by High Sheriff

Broseley Town Council’s groundsmen have been honoured for their services to the parish.
Barry Davies and Tony Reeves received awards from the High Sheriff of Shropshire Tony Morris-Eyton for their outstanding contributions to Broseley and the upkeep of Broseley Cemetery, as well the parish’s green spaces.

Mr Morris-Eyton presented Barry and Tony with certificates and offered congratulations for their combined 24 years service.

He added, “This is an example of how the unsung heroes of these communities keep their towns and parishes so beautiful, with care and consideration for all within the parish and those visiting.”
CAPTION: Barry and Tony are pictured with their certificates, Mr Morris-Eyton and Broseley Mayor Tarlochen Singh-Mohr.

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