Remembrance Day Services in Comet Country
Sunday, November 8, 2009 Arlesey: Marchers meet at 2.30 in Lymans Road and the service is at 3pm at the War Memorial in the High Street led by Rev Susan Edwards. Also attending with be Arlesey Mayor Cllr Hugh Harper and members of the town council. Bal
Sunday, November 8, 2009
Arlesey: Marchers meet at 2.30 in Lymans Road and the service is at 3pm at the War Memorial in the High Street led by Rev Susan Edwards. Also attending with be Arlesey Mayor Cllr Hugh Harper and members of the town council.
Baldock: Laying of wreaths is at 10.45am at the War Memorial followed by Service of Remembrance at Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church, London Road, Baldock, led by Rev Denis Sarsfield. Also attending will be the chairman of North Herts District Council Cllr David Miller and Air Vice Marshall Alan Merriman, a retired deputy lieutenant of Hertfordshire.
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Henlow: Service at the War Memorial starting at 11am led by Rev Susan Groom. Also attending will be the Salvation Army Band, local councillors and representatives from RAF Henlow followed by a service at St Mary’s Church.
Hitchin: Assemble in Grammar School Walk at 2pm for parade; 2.30pm Service of Remembrance at St Mary’s Church led by Rev Charmaine Sabey-Corkindale followed at 3.15pm Act of Remembrance at the war memorial in the churchyard. Also atternding will be the chairman of North Herts District Council Cllr David Miller.
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Knebworth: 12.30pm laying of wreaths and service at the War Memorial in Old Knebworth led by Rev Jim Pye. Representing North Herts District Council will be Cllr Alan Bardett.
Letchworth: 10.30am assemble at the war memorial with the Act of Remembrance at 11am. At 11.45am there will a Service of Remembrance at the Free Church led by Rev Jean Ennals. Representing North Herts District Council will be Cllr David Levett.
St Paul’s Walden/Whitwell: Service of Remembrance at All Saints Church, St Paul’s Walden 11am. Wreath laying service at the war memorial at 3pm in Whitwell High Street at the junction with Hitchin Road service led by Reader to the Parish Ann Males followed by rtea at The Bull.
Stevenage: Parade will move from the Primett Road car park behind Waitrose at 10.25am to the war memorial on the Bowling Green at the end of the High Street. The service will start at 10.35am and the laying of wreaths will follow immediately after the service at 11.05am. The service will be led by Rev Don Dowling vicar of St Nichols Church. Also attending will be the leader of Stevenage Borough Council Cllr Sue Myson, members of the Royal British legion and other dignitaries.
Stotfold: Meet at the cemetery in Mill Lane at 2.30pm and the service will start at 2.45 at the war memorial. War veterans and other groups will then march up Queen Street and along the High street into Church Road where there will be a service at St Mary’s Church at 3.30pm led by Rev Pat Quin.
Shefford: Marchers assembly in Old Bridge Way at 10.20 and will march to the war memorial in the High Street for the service at 11am. Attending will be Shefford mayor Cllr Paul Mackin.
November 11, 2009 - Armistice Day
Stevenage: There will a service and parade attended by councillors and the Royal British Legion in the Town Square, at 11am where there will be two minutes silence.
Baldock: An informal gathering of veterans and members of the Royal British Legion at the War memorial at 11am where there will be two minutes silence.