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Remembrance Sunday 2016: Where you can show your respects in Norfolk and Waveney

PUBLISHED: 09:14 13 November 2016 | UPDATED: 16:19 13 November 2016

Remembrance Day poppies; Poppy Appeal; Picture: James Bass

Remembrance Day poppies; Poppy Appeal; Picture: James Bass

Archant Norfolk Photographic © 2011

There are a number of services and events going on across the region to mark Remembrance Sunday. Check out what’s going on in your local area here:

Attleborough: The parade will form at Connaught Road by Edenside Drive from 10.30am and parade to the War Memorial for 11am, followed by a service at St Mary’s Church.

Aylsham: Parade of standards from the Drill Hall, Cawston Road at 1.30pm. Remembrance Sunday service at St Michael’s Church 2pm.

Bradwell: Act of Remembrance at the war memorial, Church Walk at 10.30am.

Brandon: Memorial march from Brandon Leisure Centre to the war memorial in the cemetery, 2pm. Followed by service in St Peter’s Church at 3pm

Cobholm: Service of Remembrance at 9.30am at the Memorial Stone, adjacent to the Cobholm sign near the Tabernacle. Leaders and cadets of the TS Warrior will be present and members of Cobholm Residents’ Association.

Coltishall: Parade, including North Walsham ATC, from RAF Coltishall Memorial Garden 10.15am. Remembrance Sunday service at St Edward the Confessor, Badersfield, 10.40am.

Costessey: A remembrance parade will be held on The Street from 10.30am.

Cringleford: A short service will be held at St Peter’s Church, Cringleford, from 10.30am.

Cromer: Parade of standards from the Meadow Road car park, followed by Remembrance Sunday service at Cromer Parish Church 3pm.

Dereham: Dereham Town Band will lead the parade through Dereham before the laying of wreaths at the war memorial at 11am. They will be joined by cadet forces, veterans and members of the Royal British Legion.

A service of remembrance will then be held at 11.20am at St Nicholas Church.

Other services, in the Dereham area, will be held at:

10.45am All Saints, Swanton Morley.

10.45am All Saints, Shipdham.

10.45am St Andrew, Bradenham.

10.50am St Peter & St Paul, Scarning.

10.50am East Bilney.

Diss: The parade will leave Mere’s Mouth at 2pm, and travel up Mere Street to the War Memorial from 11am where wreaths will be laid.

Following the parade will be a Service of Remembrance at St Mary’s Church.

Eye: The parade starts at the fire station where town organisations meet at 10.30am. They then walk to the war memorial for a short outdoor service. The parade is led by the Diss Salvation Army Band. After the short outdoor service the parade continue to the main church for a service.

Fakenham: Act of remembrance at service at the Parish Church 10.30am.

Parade and service at the war memorial 2.45pm, followed by 3.00pm united service at Parish Church.

Great Yarmouth: Remembrance Sunday service, starting at 10.55am at the Cenotaph in St George’s Park.

Service at the Far East Prisoners of War memorial, on Marine Parade at 12.30pm.

Harleston: Parade sets off from Market Place at about 10.30pm, two minute silence at War Memorial at 11am followed by service in St John’s church.

Holt: Parade from Holt Methodist Church at 10.30am followed by Remembrance Sunday service at the War Memorial, High Street, 10.50am.

Hunstanton, 10.30am procession from United Services Club through town to Cenotaph, 11am wreaths laid, and then procession on to St Edmunds church for service

King’s Lynn: The annual wreath-laying ceremony, the civic procession will leave from the Town Hall at 10.48am, start of the ceremony at 11 am. Following the ceremony, at approximately 11.45 am, the civic procession will parade to s Lynn Minster, where a service will be conducted by the Reverend Canon Christopher Ivory. Tower Gardens, King’s Lynn.

Lowestoft: Official parade, 10.15am, at the Claremont Pier.

Lowestoft: Remembrance service, 10.45am, at the War Memorial, Royal Plain.

Mundford: Desert Rats Association Remembrance Day service, 10.30am at the Cromwell memorial at High Ash.

North Walsham: Wreath laying at Memorial Park 2.15pm. Remembrance Sunday service St Nicholas Church 3pm.

Norwich: At 10.40am there will be a service of remembrance and wreath laying at the City Hall War Memorial, followed by a veteran and armed forces parade to Norwich Cathedral at 11.05am. At the Cathedral there will be the service of remembrance from 11.40am.

Norwich: A service will be held by the Norwich Liberal Jewish Community at the Jewish Cemetary, on Bowthorpe Road. There will be a short service from 10.45 am and they will recite the Kaddish.

Pakefield: Remembrance Day parade, 10.30am, at the All Saints’ & St Margaret’s Church.

Sheringham: Parade of standards from Cremer Street for wreath laying service at the War Memorial 10.45am. Remembrance Sunday service at St Peter’s Church 11.15am.

Southwold: Remembrance service, 10.30am, at the Market Place.

Stalham: Parade of Standards on High Street 10.30m. Remembrance Sunday service at St Mary’s Church 10.50pm, including performance by Norfolk Wherry Brass.

Swaffham: A parade will march from White Cross Road from 10.30am to the town’s war memorial, where there will be two minutes’ silence and a wreath-laying ceremony, followed by a service in Swaffham Parish Church. Collections for the Royal British Legion are being taken at Asda, Tesco and Waitrose in Swaffham.

Thetford: Parade starts forming at 10.15pm at Argos car park, to arrive at Market Square at 10.37am. Padre to lead service at 10.45am followed by Last Post and two-minute silence followed by a march past in Wells Street.

Thorpe: Line-up 2.00pm at Broadland Council Offices, Yarmouth Road for the The Remembrance Parade.

Watton: Royal British Legion Remembrance Day service, 2pm, at the war memorial in Thetford Road car park.

Wells: Starts will assembly at the War Memorial in Clubb Lane at 2pm. This year the parade will march along Theatre Road down The Glebe into Freeman Street turning right on to the Quay where the Earl of Leicester will take the Salute. They will then turn right up Staithe Street to Station Road into the Congregational Church opposite the Buttlands for a 3pm service of remembrance followed by tea in the hall next door. All are welcome.

Wymondham: The parade will meet at Market Cross at 2pm, march off at 2.30pm towards the War Memorial. The parade will be led by the Norwich Pipe Band.

The Remembrance Service will take place in Wymondham Abbey at 3pm.

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