Remembrance services in Dartford and Gravesham 2019

Stagecoach Highlands is offering free bus travel to Armed Forces personnel carrying ID on Remembrance Sunday

Stagecoach Highlands is offering free bus travel to Armed Forces personnel carrying ID on Remembrance Sunday

The parade starts opposite the Post Office at 2.45pm, followed by wreath laying and a church service.

The annual Remembrance Day service and wreath-laying ceremony will take place at Rotherham Minster and Clifton Park respectively on Sunday.

Members of the town council will be attending the procession and the mayor of Christchurch, Cllr Lesley Dedman, will lay a wreath.

Wheathampstead Parish Council and St Helen's Church are inviting residents to join the procession from Church Street (by the entrance to Bury Green) on Sunday, November 10 at 10.45am, gathering at the war memorial for a two minutes silence at 11am.

Councillor Reynolds said: "This is a time for us to remember and honour all those who have sacrificed their lives".

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

Southwater One will also be lit up red from 5pm each day from Friday through until Monday.

The Royal British Legion invites the public to a performance by the Honington Voluntary Band and a drumhead service.

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It will be followed by a church service at St Mary's Church, St Mary's Close in High Street.

Causeway/Castle Gardens, Bshops Stortford.Remembrance parade and service.Pic: Vikki Lince.

The parade will march in the High Street to the cemetery before wreaths are laid before marching back to Market Square.

In Kinghorn there will be a service in the Parish Church (The Kirk by the Sea) at 10am.

A service will be held in Coronation Gardens. Assemble at the vehicle park adjacent to the Royal British Legion at 10.30am to march to the Methodist Church through the High Street.

A service of remembrance will be held at the war memorial on Sunday, at the junction of Wycombe Lane and Holtspur Lane. Crosses may be placed in the field of remembrance adjoining the War Memorial.

The parade to the parish church will leave from Burntisland Fife Station at 10.30am, led by Burntisland Pipe Band. Act of Remembrance to include wreath laying.

Names of the fallen will be read and a two-minute silence will be held at 11am before a church service takes place.

The parade will arrive at the War Memorial at approximately 2.40pm when the wreath laying will commence. Then they return to Castle Farm Community Centre for refreshments.

The Remembrance Sunday parade will start in Victory road at 10.10am.

In Dysart, locals are advised to meet at 10.45am at the war memorial at the Townhead on Sunday and this will be followed by a service in Dysart St Clair Parish Church by Rev Lynn Brady, interim minister.

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