On the weekend of 15-16th September Margot James attended the Royal Air Force Association’s Parade in Mary Stevens Park to pay homage to the courage of the young men and women who fought in the 1940 Battle of Britain. Margot also took part in the Royal Air Force Association Wings Appeal to raise money for charity.
Margot said: “It is always very humbling to attend the RAF Association’s annual Parade. The men and women of the RAF made a tremendous sacrifice in defence of Britain and her values in 1940, and it is absolutely right that we should remember and celebrate them. I was also delighted to take part in the Wings Appeal, which raises money to support former and current RAF servicemen and women. I’d like to thank the Stourbridge residents who came out to support this worthy cause in such impressive numbers.”