Remembrance Sunday events in Windsor and Slough

Nellie Chapman
November 10, 2019

There will also be a service at Rawmarsh Methodist Church at the same time. This will be followed by the laying of wreaths at Bray War Memorial.

On Sunday (November 10) servicemen, veterans and civic organisations will assemble at 10am at the Link Road auto park before marching to the War Memorial from 10.40am.

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.

Saturday, November 9 - Act of remembrance and wreath Laying at Everton Church, starting at 10.55am.

There will be a service at Holt's war memorial on Sunday at 10.50am, and there will a service and commemoration of the end of the First World War at the town's St Andrew's Church at 6pm.

Service will be followed through a procession through the churchyard to the war memorial for brief prayers and an Act of Remembrance. Wreaths will be laid. 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 wreath-laying service will then take place.

Wreaths will be laid by various dignitaries and small wooden crosses are available for anyone wishing to make a personal dedication.

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

The parade to the parish church will leave from Burntisland Fife Station at 10.30am, led by Burntisland Pipe Band.

Holy Trinity Church, Church Road, 10.50am.

A remembrance service at All Saints Church at 9.30am.

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A procession will assemble at the Royal British Legion Club, Newtown Street, Shaw, at 10.30am, proceeding to the War Memorial at 10.40am.

On Armistice Day a two-minute silence will be held in the High Street at 11am.

The annual Service of Remembrance will take place at the War Memorial in Central Park, Dartford on Sunday November 10.


The service will then begin at 11am led by Major Norman Waddington from the Salvation Army.

Afterwards the congregation will leave the church to gather at the cenotaph, where a representative from the Royal British Legion will read the exhortation.

The parade will travel towards the Remembrance Sunday service at St Margaret's Church before 11am.

The two-minute silence is always on Remembrance Day - which is Monday November 11.

Christ the Worker Church in Parlaunt Road, St Francis' Church in London Road, and St Mary the Virgin Church in St Mary's Road, will start their services at 9.30am.

In the event of bad weather, there will be no activities in the Town Square and the service will start at St Mary's Church at 10.50am.

On Armistice Day, another ceremony and two-minute silence will take place at the war memorial at 10.45am.

War Memorial, Winifreds Drive, 10.45am.

It will take place from 10.30am until noon, assisted by members of Veterans Lifeline.

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