By Newtown & Llanllwchaiarn Town Council
When and where
Date and time
Sunday, 12 November 2023 10:30 - 12:05
Cost and Tickets
Adult £0.00, Child £0.00, Other £0.00
On Remembrance Sunday, the Town Council will lead a civic remembrance parade and ceremony, representing the entire community. This event will be relayed over the public address system and live-streamed online, ensuring that all who wish to participate can do so.
The ceremony will include a religious act of remembrance, with wreath laying following the two minutes of silence and the religious act. The Mayor will lay a wreath at the Newtown Cenotaph on behalf of the community, followed by representatives from other organizations. Mr. Tony Evans, Vice Lord-Lieutenant, will lay a wreath on behalf of HM the King at the ceremony.
10:30 AM: Parade assembles outside the Monty Club, Broad Street, Newtown
10:40 AM: Parade departs toward the Newtown Cenotaph
10:50 AM: Arrival at Newtown Cenotaph for Civic Remembrance Service and ceremony
10:55 AM: Words of welcome
10:59 AM: The Last Post
11:00 AM: Two minutes of silence
11:02 AM: Reveille
11:05 AM: Religious Service
11:25 AM: Wreath laying by the Vice Lord Lieutenant on behalf of the King and by the Mayor on behalf of the community (followed by other representatives and organizations)
11:40 AM: National Anthems
11:45 AM: Parade continues along New Church Street, Back Lane, Broad Street
12:00 PM: Parade arrives at Monty Club, a few words from the Mayor, Fall Out, and parade is dismissed
12:05 PM: Town Council hosts a post-parade buffet for parade participants
Additionally, on Sunday, November 12 at 9:30 AM, a separate church service will be held at All Saints Church in Penygloddfa, for those wishing to attend a religious service in a church.
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