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Wisbech will remember the Fallen at this Sunday's annual Remembrance Day commemorations




This Sunday Wisbech will pay its respects to the Fallen with its annual Remembrance parade.

The parade will muster on the Market Place from 9.30am. The civic party including the mayor will depart from the Council Chamber on North Brink at 10.10am to march to the Market Place, ready for the salute, March past and inspection by the civic party.

From there the parade will continue to the War Memorial in The Crescent where there will be a short service followed by a two minutes' silence at 11am.

Wreaths will be laid on Sunday as part of the annual Remembrance Day commemorations.
Wreaths will be laid on Sunday as part of the annual Remembrance Day commemorations.

This will be followed by the playing of Reveille and singing of the National Anthem.

Various dignitaries will then lay wreaths in memory of those who gave their lives in war from 11.07am.

After this the parade will march to St Peter's Church for the annual service of Remembrance.



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