The Deputy Mayor of Malmesbury, Councillor Julie Exton visited our twin town of Gien in commemoration of the ending of WW1.

She was joined by her husband Councillor Phil Exton representing the Royal British Legion, Mike Westmacott  of Warden & Freeman, Councillor Catherine Doody for the Twinning Association, Ethan Doyley for Malmesbury Air Training Corps, Harry Holder for Malmesbury School and Rebecca Holder for BBC Radio Wiltshire. 

Julie said the visit to Gien was a very memorable experience. It was a great a honor to be there and the Mayor and people of Gien made everyone very welcome.

Gien

 

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