Book of condolences set up for Guardsman Michael Roland

Ann Barlow signs the book of condolences
Ann Barlow signs the book of condolences
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A BOOK of condolences has been set up in Worthing Town Hall for the family of Guardsman Michael Roland.

Guardsman Michael Roland, who was born in Worthing but moved to Nottingham at the age of two, died in Afghanistan on Friday, April 27 after being fatally injured in a small-arm fire in the Helmand province.

The mayor of Worthing, Ann Barlow, was the first to sign the book on Wednesday (May 2). She said: “On behalf of the people of Worthing, I have offered the family whatever support they need to get them through this difficult time. I hope people will come and give their condolences so we may let his family know we are thinking of them.”