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Lest we forget: Remembrance parade & service this Sunday

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WESTBURY’S annual Remembrance Sunday parade and service will take place this Sunday 10th November from 10.15am.

The parade will assemble in the car park behind the High Street at 10.15am. 

Members of the public are encouraged to assemble on the High Street at 10.20am ready for the parade to commence. This year, the parade will be staggered at 30-second intervals, so that every parading group will be visible and have a full parade. 

The groups will march to the war memorial, opposite the rotunda in the High Street, near the library, where the service and laying of wreaths will take place. 

This year, a new sound system will be used so the service should be more audible for the High Street congregation. 

There will be a Royal British Legion collection during the laying of the wreaths.  

The order of service for Remembrance Sunday will be available to download on the Westbury Town Council’s website if attendees would like to do so.

For further details please contact Westbury Town Council on 01373 822232 or info@ westburytowncouncil.gov.uk

• Remembrance Services are also being held in St James’ Church, Bratton on Sunday 10th November starting at 9.30am, followed by a wreath laying ceremony at the village war memorial from 10.45; and at Yarnbrook at 3pm while there will be a Remembrance Evening in Dilton Marsh on Thursday 7th at 7.30pm. See p.20 for details.

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