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Flag raised in Romford to pay tribute to emergency services

Havering pays tribute to emergency services with flag raising (credit: Havering Council)

The official ‘999’ flag was raised at Havering Town Hall in Romford today (Friday, 8 September).

The flag was raised by The Mayor of Havering, Councillor Stephanie Nunn to mark Emergency Services Day on Saturday, 9 September.

A ceremony was held to pay tribute to those who work and volunteer across the NHS and emergency services across the UK.

There was also a two-minute silence to remember the emergency service workers who have lost their lives in the line of duty.

Guests included Council staff and serving personnel of the Metropolitan Police who joined borough representatives alongside the Mayor of Havering and the Leader of the Council, Councillor Ray Morgon.

The flag was raised outside Havering Town Hall today (credit: Havering Council)

Mayor of Havering, Councillor Stephanie Nunn, said: “Emergency Services Day gives us the chance to show our support for the selfless men and women who go above and beyond to protect others.

“Our emergency services are an example to us all, and I would like to thank them for their continued hard work in protecting and serving our borough.”

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