On Monday, Sir Bill Wiggin MP planted a wooden cross to pay tribute to service personnel from his constituency of North Herefordshire who have died in service to our country. 

The Speaker of the House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle MP, led the planting of the Remembrance crosses in the House of Commons Constituency Garden of Remembrance.  

With a personal message on each Remembrance stake, the ceremony gave MPs the opportunity to honour and express gratitude to members of the armed forces who have lost their lives in the line of duty.  

To mark Armistice Day, a two-minute silence will be held today at 11am across the nation. 

Sir Bill will be attending a Remembrance Service this Sunday in his constituency of North Herefordshire.