Remembrance 2019 parade and service timings

Clay Curtis
November 10, 2019

Remembrance Day is a memorial day observed in the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth.

St Michael's Church will be holding a Remembrance Day Service at 10.45am.

The parade will march to the war memorial before wreaths are laid at 10.40am.

Wreaths will be laid at the Memorial Roll of Honour within the Parish Church.

It will then head down High Street South to Priory House, where the Town Mayor will take the salute.

The Burnham Village Twinning Association, which is hosting 36 French people for the weekend, will also be present.

The procession will end at St Thomas' Church, in St Thomas Walk, where guests are invited to attend a Remembrance Day service. Service will be followed through a procession through the churchyard to the war memorial for brief prayers and an Act of Remembrance.

Bethan Phillip-Pritchard, Cromer Royal British Legion standard bearer.

The service will begin at 11am at the war memorial in Common Road and will be conducted by the Rev Chris Bull.

New Milton deputy mayor Cllr Keith Craze will lay a wreath along with other local groups and individuals.

A wreath will be laid at Holyport War Memorial at approximately noon.

The parade will begin just after 10.30am from outside the former BHS store and proceed to the war memorial near St Peter's Church.

Dunstable residents are invited to remember the courageous sacrifices of all those who lost their lives during the war, as the town's special Remembrance parade will take place on Sunday.

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Holy Trinity Church, Church Road, 10.50am. Later at 10.45 there will be a multi-faith act of remembrance at Radlett war memorial.

Reverend Richard Banham will hold a short service outside, followed by a service within the church.

Meet at Bridgnorth Castle Grounds for a 10.50am service by the war memorial.

Towns and villages across the county have organised remembrance parades and events for people to be able to mark the special day with friends and family.

Remembrance events take place on Sunday, November 10, with an Armistice Day service on Monday, November 11.

St Nicolas' Church in Taplow is holding a remembrance service at 10.15am.

The Remembrance Sunday parade will start from Claremont Pier at 10.40am.

At 11.25am a Civic Service of Remembrance will get underway with a wreath laying ceremony planned for noon.

St. Leonard's Church, St. Leonard's Close, 11.30am.

A parade will assemble at Copythorne Parish Hall at 9.15am ready to move off at 9.30am in the direction of St Mary's Church. It will be attended by Saint Sebastian Wokingham Band which will play during the service. Crosses may be placed in the field of remembrance adjoining the War Memorial.

The Remembrance Sunday service will take place in Christ Church in School Street at 2.30pm.

A service of remembrance will be held at the war memorial on Sunday, at the junction of Wycombe Lane and Holtspur Lane.

Refreshments will be served by Wooburn Community Church.

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