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Wife demands apology for Battle of Britain confrontation
THE wife of a town councillor demanded an apology for the way her husband was treated at a Battle of Britain ceremony.
At Tuesday night's Princes Risborough Town Council meeting Doreen Woolf asked Cllr Bill Bendyshe-Brown if he would apologise to her husband, Wally.
On September 16 last year at a Battle of Britain ceremony in High Wycombe Cllr Bendyshe-Brown confronted Cllr Woolf on why he was wearing the Mayoral chain when he was neither Mayor or Deputy Mayor. (Click here for previous story).
Cllr Woolf, who is a town councillor, was asked to represent the town council at the ceremony by Mayor Gary Hall as he could not attend, and neither could Deputy Mayor, Alan Turner.
On Tuesday night Mrs Woolf asked Cllr Bendyshe-Brown: "Have you any intention to apologise for the way you spoke to my husband at the Remembrance Service?
"I understand you are supposed to have written one but we haven't got it. Can you answer me please?"
Cllr Bendyshe-Brown, who has not been present at the last few town meetings, said: "No comment."