We will remember them...
PUBLISHED: 16:52 05 November 2008 | UPDATED: 15:40 16 August 2010
Bromley A SERVICE will be held in Bromley town centre this Sunday at 10.30am at at St Peter and Paul s Church in Church Road. A march after the service will go through the High Street, past the church and the war memorial. The mayor and the Air Training
A SERVICE will be held in Bromley town centre this Sunday at 10.30am at at St Peter and Paul's Church in Church Road.
A march after the service will go through the High Street, past the church and the war memorial.
The mayor and the Air Training Core will be in attendance.
Peace campaigners will lay a wreath of white poppies and will stand in silence to remember the civilian victims of all wars.
At the Glades Shopping Centre next Tuesday there will be a two-minute silence, at 11am.
This Sunday there will be a parade at the Orpington War Memorial, at the junction with Orpington High Street at 10am.
Veterans, cadet corps including army, sea and Royal Air Force are due to attend.
The procession will go down the High Street into All Saints Church, Church Hill, where a ceremony will begin at 11am.
The congregation will then move into the cemetery at Canadian Corner, in Bark Heart Road, to pay their respects to the Canadian soldiers who died in Orpington Hospital.
They are all buried facing West, towards their homeland and are maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
A short service will be held there for approximately 15 minutes.
Next Tuesday, there will be a two-minute silence at 11am in the Walnuts Shopping Centre, High Street, Orpington.
This Sunday in Beckenham there will be a parade at 10.20am from St George's Church, St George's Road, to Beckenham War Memorial, at the junction with the High Street, where the memorial service will be held at 10.50am. A choir from Langley Park Boys School will perform with a band.
A Remembrance Day Service will be held in St George's Royal Air Force Chapel at Biggin Hill at 10am this Sunday.
Taking part in the service will be the Biggin Hill branch of the RAF Association, the Aircrew Association and 2427 Squadron ATC. After the service, wreaths will be laid outside the chapel, near the replica Spitfire and Hurricane.