Cllr Davy (centre) with Captain Tillard (right) and Captain Forster (left) in Chailey.
Lewes District Council's Armed Forces Champion, Councillor Sharon Davy, joined the Lewes Remembrance Day service on Sunday to honour those who have served and died in the line of duty.
Services were back to normal this year following cancellations due to Covid-19 in 2020.
Earlier in the day, Councillor Sharon Davy had attended a Remembrance Day service in Chailey where she is a district ward councillor.
She said: "I was joined at the Chailey service by Captain Oliver Tillard of the Scots Guards and Captain Alexander Forster of the Grenadier Guards, both of whom saw active service in the Middle East and are now retired.
"Later in Lewes, as I laid a poppy wreath at the memorial, Cadet Corporal Edward White of the Sussex Army Cadet Force, was by my side. It is so important that young and old remember those who served our country so valiantly and I am grateful that people could gather in person again this year to pay their respects."
Lewes District Council offers various support to veterans of all ages. For more information visit:
Support for veterans