West Lothian's Lord Lieutenant Moira Niven MBE, Councilor Ann Davidson, ASA Forces philanthropic group at a special event at Broxburn's Holmesview Care Home, NHS, caregivers and all major workers , And thank our army. , soon.
The beautiful granite stone was donated by the ASA Forces charity and presented by Lord Lieutenant and Cllr Ann Davidson.
ASA Secretary-General Tommy Davidson said:
"Remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice in trying to save lives in Scotland, England, and in fact all communities around the world.
" Life in Covid-19 Remember the family and friends you dropped, or look back on the family you were suffering from or couldn't give to your loved ones during the pandemic. Send them what they deserve.
" Covid isn't gone, but we're all doing our best to support our family, friends, and community.
"Today's national health services are under extreme pressure. Covid-19 has affected people awaiting surgery and important life-saving treatments.
"Finally, as a secretary of ASA Forces Charity and on behalf of the members, to the administrator Thanks. Director Peter McCormick, today allowed me to put this stone on Randolph Hill, Homesview Care Home in Blocksburn. "
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