CROWDS turned out to pay their respects to fallen servicemen at an annual service of Remembrance at Shell Nook, Halesowen. Held on the night of Friday November 11, it was the fifth yr that the occasion has taken place because the shell was returned in 2018. Councilor Stuart Henley invited locals, companies and teams to attend the occasion, which started at 7pm. A lot of native companies purchased wreaths to put on the shell in Remembrance of armed forces heroes killed in fight and picket crosses have been obtainable for individuals to put for a small donation. A service of Remembrance was held for the fifth yr at Shell Nook, Halesowen (Picture: Cllr Stuart Henley) Cllr Henley stated: “We had an important turnout for the fifth Remembrance occasion held on the shell. “I want to thank all that helped make this doable and turned out to recollect.” He stated greater than £600 was raised for the Poppy Enchantment from wreath gross sales purchased by native companies and residents. Mayor of Dudley Councilor Sue Greenaway and Halesowen and Rowley Regis MP James Morris have been amongst those that laid a wreath on the occasion.