Gareth Davies MP has joined colleagues representing all UK constituencies to plant a cross of Remembrance in the Constituency Garden of Remembrance in Parliament.
Opened by the Speaker and the Royal British Legion earlier this week, the garden at New Palace Yard provides the opportunity for MPs and representatives from the British Overseas Territories and the Commonwealth to place a tribute on behalf of their communities.
As part of this, the Speaker encouraged MPs to dedicate their poppy to an individual or group from their constituency who has served our country in uniform.
This year, Gareth has chosen to dedicate his poppy cross to Group Captain William Green, who sadly died alongside his navigator, Sqn Ldr Neil Anderson, when their Tornado crashed during a training exercise over the North Sea in preparation for the Gulf War in August 1990.
Gareth has previously spoken about Gp Capt Green in the House of Commons.