Remembrance events near you
PUBLISHED: 14:03 04 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:43 16 August 2010
Biggin Hill Biggin Hill Royal Air Force Chapel will be holding its annual remembrance service at 10.30am.
Biggin Hill Royal Air Force Chapel will be holding its annual remembrance service at 10.30am.
After the service, Rebekah Gilbert will lay eight wreaths outside the chapel.
Mayor and mayoress, Douglas and Pat Auld, will attend the service at Bromley Parish Church in Church Road, at 10.45am.
After the service, they will proceed to the War Memorial, also in Church Road, for the wreath laying ceremony.
At 10.50am there will be a service and wreath laying ceremony at the War Memorial in the High Street, lasting about 45 minutes and a parade will follow the service.
Those attending are asked to arrive at the War Memorial by 10.30am.
Councillor Gordon Jenkins will represent the borough and lay a wreath at St. George's Parish Church in Bickley Park Road at 10.30am.
Councillor Steven Carr will attend the service at Holy Trinity Church in Church Lane at 10am, which is followed by a wreath laying ceremony at the War Memorial in the churchyard at 11am.
Coucillor Eric Bosshard will lay a wreath at St Nicholas Church at 9.30am, followed by a ceremony at 11am at the War Memorial on Bromley Road.
Deputy Mayor Gordon Norrie will attend.
There will be a wreath laying ceremony at Orpington War Memorial at 10am followed by a service at All Saints Parish Church in Bark Hart Road at 10.50am.
There will be a further wreath laying ceremony at Canadian Corner afterwards.
Chelsfield and Pratt's Bottom
Councillor Robert Evans will represent the borough and do a reading at the service at St Martin of Tours in Skibbs Lane at 10.45am during which a wreath will be laid.
Petts Wood and Knoll
Councillor Simon Fawthrop will represent the borough and do a reading.
There will be a service at St Francis Church in Willett Way at 10.45am (arrival time 10.20am).
This will be followed by a wreath laying ceremony at Petts Wood Memorial at 12pm.
Farnborough and Crofton
Councillor Jennifer Hillier will lay the wreath, councillor Tim Stevens will do a reading and councillor Charles Joel will also attend.
Meet at the Lych Gate of St Giles the Abbot Church at 10.40am to join the procession down to the War Memorial.
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