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Remembrance Day 2022 is this week, Friday is Remembrance Day, 11 November, and Remembrance Sunday is two days later on the 13th.
Kingsbridge Royal British Legion, local community groups and organisations are mustering on the Town Square on Sunday, November 13, at 10.30am and marching to the War Memorial at 10.45am for a short service conducted by Reverend Matt Gorton.
This will be followed by wreath laying by groups and organisations.
All attendees are to muster at Avenue Gardens on Sunday, 13 November, from 10.15am and be in position for the Act of Remembrance by the Town War Memorial for 10.45am, less the Mayoral Party who will arrive once all attendees are in position.
The Britannia Royal Naval College Volunteer Band will be at the Avenue Gardens Bandstand from 10.15am to provide musical accompaniment whilst the parade musters and as part of the event thereafter.Marshals will be on hand and attendees will be allocated to a muster point. The Act of Remembrance will commence at 10.55am. There will then be a wreath laying by groups and organisations.
Following the Act of Remembrance, there will then be a church service at St Saviours Church.
The parade at Salcombe is as usual with all mustering about 10.30am on Sunday, 13 November, at Whitestrand car park to prepare to march to the memorial where there will be a short service by Rev’d Christian Hill. There will then be a wreath laying by groups and organisations..
This year there will be five representatives from HMS Magpie in attendance as well as the Lady Sponsor, Lady Teresa Gardner.
Totnes Royal British Legion will host a short service of Remembrance at 10.45am on Friday, 11 November, for a short service of Remembrance at Totnes War Memorial.
On Remembrance Sunday, 13 November, there will be a wreath laying service at 10.45am at war Memorial followed by church service at St Mary's.
Poppies are on sale in the Methodist Church from 10am to 1pm, Monday to Saturday, with coffee and cakes on the Saturdays.
A Remembrance Day Parade will be held on Sunday, 13 November. Attendees will muster at Ivybridge Motors at 10.30am and will be led by the Plymouth Pipe Band from 10.50am until they reach the war memorial at 10.55am.
A service will be led by Reverend Paul Hinckley, St Johns Chaplain, and the Last Post will be performed at 11am. There will then be a wreath laying by local groups and organisations.
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