Remembrance Sunday services in Trafford will take place across the borough on November 12th.
The events will give people in Trafford an opportunity to remember those who have given their lives in both world wars and in more recent conflicts.
The Mayor of Trafford, Councillor Jonathan Coupe, will lead civic dignitaries at the civic service, which this year takes place at the war memorial on Crofts Bank Road, Davyhulme. The service will start at 10:50 am, following the arrival of the parade of uniformed organisations.
The Mayor said: “Remembrance Sunday is the day when we come together to reflect on the debt we owe to those who gave their lives or were maimed in conflict so that we can live in freedom.
“I am honoured to lead the civic service this year in Urmston.”
Please see www.trafford.gov.uk/remembrance for a full list of services being held.
Posted on Thursday 9th November 2017