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Remembrance Parade and Service

Remembrance Day crosses
Remembrance Day crosses

Sunday 13th November, 10.30am

The annual Remembrance Day Parade and Service will take place in Brentwood on Sunday 13 November.

Residents are invited to help Brentwood commemorate all those who sacrificed their lives for our country. The parade will start from Brentwood Town Hall at 10:35am and march down Middleton Hall Lane towards the war memorial at the junction with Shenfield Road, where the laying of wreaths will take place and two minutes of silence will be observed. The parade will then continue along Shenfield Road in the High Street and will finish with a service at St.Thomas' church.

The salute will be taken by the Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Essex, Graham Clegg accompanied by other dignitaries including the Mayor of Brentwood Councillor Olivia Francois and the President of Brentwood Royal British Legion, Brian Kitchener.

The parade will contain contingents from all major uniformed services; 124 Transport Squadron, Cadet Forces, District Scouts and Guides and relevant local charitable organisations. The parade will be headed by the Brentwood Imperial Youth band.

Visitors lining the road will be able to scan a QR code to get a full programme of what is happening including tracking location and times. There will be road closures around the parade route area from 10.15am as well as bus route diversions and High Street parking restrictions.