Remembrance Sunday service held in Solihull - The Solihull Observer

Remembrance Sunday service held in Solihull

Solihull Editorial 11th Nov, 2022   0

RESPECTS will be paid to servicemen and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice at Armistice services on Sunday, November 13.

Remembrance services and parades will be held across Solihull including at the war memorial outside St Alphege church.

The outdoor service will take start at 10.45am and will be led by Reverend Roy Murray from St Alphege Church.

The service will include a two minute silence from 11am and the laying of wreaths by the Lord-Lieutenant of the West Midlands, John Crabtree, the Mayor of Solihull and other dignitaries, along with representatives from the emergency services and other local military and community organisations.

The service will end at approximately 11.15am when members of the public will be able to lay wreaths or pay their respects at the memorial.

To allow for the safe undertaking of Remembrance Day Parades, on Sunday Church Hill Road, New Road and Service Road near Council House, Manor Square will be closed from 10am until 1pm.

Access will be maintained through the site for Police, Fire and Ambulance Services responding to emergencies.

Pedestrian access to all properties within the restriction and access through the restriction will be maintained along defined routes throughout the period of closure.


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