Published: Sun, November 10, 2019

Lest We Forget: Support Dunstable Remembrance parade this Sunday

Lest We Forget: Support Dunstable Remembrance parade this Sunday

Anyone wishing to participate in the parade needs to be at Furrowfields vehicle park no later than 2.15pm on Sunday. The parade will be led by Goff Beck.

There will be hymns, readings and prayers, as well as The Last Post and a two-minutes silence at 11am.

At Stalham, a parade will muster at the auto park opposite the town's post office at 10.15am, before heading to St Mary's Church for a remembrance service.

During the service pupils from Arnewood School will give a presentation marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day and students from Durlston Court School will present "1944 - the Global Picture".

The service will be led by the Rev Dave Bull of All Saints Church.

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

A procession will assemble at New Radcliffe Street at 10.20am and proceed to the War Memorial from 10.30am.

Oldham Council have issued a list of service and procession times so that residents can join in the commemorations if they wish.

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

At Bardsley, at 10.30am church members will walk with Uppermill Brass Band from Byrth Road along Ashton Road to Bardsley War Memorial for act of Remembrance at 11am.

Two minute silence outside the Royal British Legion in Maylands Avenue, followed by a parade to St Nicholas Church for a service.

The event is open to the public and it's free to go along and watch.

Parade to St. Leonard's Church for service at 11.30am.

The remembrance service starts at the war memorial in High Street at 10.50am and continues at Holy Trinity Church in Church Gate.


At Everton there will be wreath-laying during the morning service at St Mary's Church in Everton beginning at 10.50am.

At Caistor, the parade will form up in the market place at 9.45am, with the service of Remembrance starting in the parish church at 10.15am.

A wreath will be laid at Braywood War Memorial at 3pm.

On Armistice Day a two-minute silence will be held at the seafront war memorial at 11am. We do hope you can attend this important annual event.

A service will take place at 10.45am in Market Place, Romford.

The parade will move to the Memorial in the Town Park where the Remembrance Service will take place at 10.35am.

The Armistice Day service will take place at the war memorial at 10.45am.

A remembrance service will be held at St Mary's Church in Station Road from 10am. Led by the Royal British Legion standard bearers, the parade will include Totton Army Cadets, members of the Stanley's Own Scout Group, the Scout centenary band and the Guide band. Due to the large number of attendees expected at the service there will also be a satellite broadcast in the adjoining Scout hut.

The Remembrance Sunday service at the War Memorial on Colchester High Street will start at 10.45am.

The parade will march to the war memorial before wreaths are laid at 10.40am. Also in attendance will be the Ringwood and Burley Band.

A second service will be held on Armistice Day, November 11, at the memorial at 10.45am.

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

A parade from Rainham Working Men's Club at 10.30am followed by a service at the war memorial.

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