Remembrance Day: where you can pay your respects in Rotherham tomorrow

Cheryl Sanders
November 10, 2019

St Michael's Church will be holding a Remembrance Day Service at 10.45am. Beavers, Cubs, Scouts will then march with parents and leaders to the village war memorial for a wreath-laying ceremony.

A short service will take place at the war memorial on Monday at 10.45am.

A Remembrance Day ceremony observing a two-minute silence will take place at the junction of George Street and High Street at 11am.

The Remembrance Sunday service at the Bury St Edmunds War Memorial in the Abbey Gardens will start at 10.45am. A procession will assemble in Princess Street at 10.10am prior to proceeding to the War Memorial.

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

Assemble at the Memorial Hall vehicle park. Wreaths will be laid.

A service of Remembrance will be held at the Indian Memorial in Barton at 3pm.

If you can't make it there to watch in person, BBC One will be showing live coverage of the parade and service from 10.20am on Sunday morning.

Anyone wishing to attend should note that the High Street and Market Street will be closed to traffic from 10.15am to allow the service and parade to take place and roads will not re-open until the event has concluded at around midday.

Holy Trinity Church, Church Road, 10.50am. Wreaths will then be laid at the war memorial outside the church.

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

On Monday there will be a short service at the war memorial at 10.45am and a maroon will be sounded at 11am to signify the start of the national two-minute silence.

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

Prior to this Royal British Legion detachments will form on Horse Guards Parade and in Whitehall and march from Wellington Barracks at 10am.

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


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 Remembrance Sunday service will take place at St John's Church at 3pm.

The group will then be joined by uniformed organisations in the area, and will parade through the village towards the church between 9.50am and 10.05am.

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The procession will travel from the headquarters, along London Road, Sycamore Drive, and Hermitage Drive, before making a stop at the bowls club.

The memorial day has been commemorated on the same date for more than a hundred years.

In homes and at Remembrance services across the country, the nation will fall silent for two minutes.

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