Works Continue At A6 Broughton Ready For Armistice Day

NMS continue the work on the A6 at Broughton with the most recent section completed at the War Memorial on time and ready for Armistice Day.  NMS also assisted in the organisation a new plaque paying tribute to James Towers VC. James Towers, who was from the village of Broughton was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.

Christina Worswick from the Broughton Parish Council had this to say about the role that NMS played in the assistance of the tribute “The Parish Council have asked me to thank you for your assistance in helping organise the event and the placing of the plaque at Broughton War Memorial on 6th October in honour of Pte. James Towers VC. Everyone agreed it was a fitting tribute to him and it was a very special day for all who attended.  The information board has been well received in the village and we have had many compliments about it.”

Take a look at some recent photos of the work that we have recently completed around the memorial at Broughton below.