The relatives of 2 Wolverhampton men who died in the Falklands War will join veterans to mark the anniversary of the end of the 1982 conflict.

Air Engineering Mechanic Adrian Anslow from the Royal Navy and Private Mark Dodsworth from the Parachute Regiment were among the 255 British military personnel who died during the 74-day campaign.

The Central Branch of the City of Wolverhampton Royal British Legion and the Wolverhampton and District United Ex-Service Council will be holding a service at St Martin's Church, Dixon Street, Blakenhall on Friday 13 June, the day before the 32nd anniversary of the Argentine surrender.

The service begins at 11am and will be conducted by the Rev Stuart Powell, padre to the Central Branch of the City of Wolverhampton Royal British Legion.

Those who died or were wounded in action during the Falklands War will be remembered, with the names of all Royal Navy and Parachute Regiment personnel killed in the conflict read out.

As well as relatives of Air Engineering Mechanic Anslow and Private Dodsworth, the incoming Mayor of Wolverhampton Councillor Mike Heap will be among those paying tribute. Members of the public are also welcome to show their support.

  • released: Monday 2 June, 2014