World War I Armistice: Biggleswade, Sandy and Potton services

PUBLISHED: 17:03 09 November 2018 | UPDATED: 17:03 09 November 2018

Biggleswade Sea Cadets help out the town's Royal British Legion branch with the Poppy Appeal. Picture: Ken Lynch

Biggleswade Sea Cadets help out the town's Royal British Legion branch with the Poppy Appeal. Picture: Ken Lynch

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A round-up of services taking place in Biggleswade, Sandy and Potton this Sunday.

At 10.30am, the Remembrance Parade will commence at the war memorial in Sandy Road, where wreaths will be laid at 11am.

Services will continue into the evening.

In Sandy, the parade will begin at 10.30am in Swan Lane which will move to the war memorial in Bedford Road for a two-minute silence and laying of wreaths.
The parade will move towards Sandy parish church for a service starting at around 11.30am. Following the service, the parade will reassemble and march on to Market Square.

The Biggleswade branch of the Royal British Legion welcomes all to its service, which will take place at the town’s war memorial in Market Square at 10.45am.

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