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Service of Remembrance raises money for Mayor's charity

A CHRISTMAS Service of Remembrance at Rainsbrook Cemetery and Crematorium raised £95 for the Oral Health Foundation.

Rainsbrook donationThe remembrance service was held in early December and was attended by the Mayor of Rugby, Cllr Sally Bragg.

Following the service the congregation was invited to make contributions to a collection in aid of the Oral Health Foundation, one of the Mayor's charities, and the Farming Community Network, the chosen charity of the chair of Daventry District Council, Cllr Alan Chantler.

The collection totalled £190, with both charities receiving £95.

Cllr Bragg said: "The Service of Remembrance was a poignant time for reflection for all who attended and I'd like to thank everyone for their generous contributions to the collection."

Rainsbrook Cemetery and Crematorium was built by Rugby Borough Council and Daventry District Council.

Located off Rugby's Ashlawn Road, the crematorium overlooks the Rainsbrook Valley.

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Photo caption: The Mayor of Rugby, Cllr Sally Bragg, receives a cheque from Chris Greer, Rugby Borough Council's senior bereavement services officer, following a collection at Rainsbrook Cemetery and Crematorium's Christmas Service of Remembrance.

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