Remembrance Sunday parade to go ahead as normal
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A Remembrance Sunday parade in Wisbech is scheduled to go ahead as normal following the Covid-19 pandemic.
Wisbech Town Council agreed the plans for November 14 at a meeting on October 6 with the Royal British Legion Wisbech branch.
All involved will be asked to be present in the Market Place, Wisbech at 10:15am.
The parade will then form up at 10:25am and at 10:45am, they’ll make their way to the War Memorial.
The service will start at 10:50am and at 11am, the two-minute silence will be observed followed by the laying of wreaths.
The parade will return to the Market Square to be dismissed.
A spokesperson said: “Deputy Lieutenant, Colonel Mark Knight MBE will be on parade.
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“He will present some cadets with certificates in the market square after the parade.”
For more information, contact Wisbech Town Council or the Wisbech branch of the Royal British Legion.