Civic Remembrance Sunday services in Trafford will be taking place across the borough on Sunday November 10th.
The events will give people in Trafford the chance to remember those service men and women who have given their lives in both world wars and in more recent conflicts.
The Mayor of Trafford, Councillor Rob Chilton, will attend the Civic Remembrance Services in Sale and Hale. The Mayor said:
We all owe a great debt to those heroes who gave their lives so that we can live in freedom. Remembrance Sunday is the day when we come together to reflect on their great sacrifice and I am honoured to be attending.”
Please see below a full list of Trafford’s services. Further details can be found at www.trafford.gov.uk/remembrance
Civic Remembrance Services
| Service||Address ||Time |
||Garden of Remembrance
(opposite St Margaret’s Church)
||Bowdon Parish Church
The war memorial is in the church grounds facing Stamford Road.
(junction with Ollerbarrow Road)
Assemble for parade at 2.45pm outside Hale Library, Leigh Road
| HALE BARNS
||Hale Barns War Memorial
At the junction of Hale Road & Wicker Lane.
|Partington War Memorial
|Service start 10.55am
Outside Sale Town Hall
(opposite the entrance to Gorse Hill Park)
Crofts Bank Road
|Parade assembles outside Urmston Library, March off 10.30am
Posted on Monday 4th November 2019