The military and civic processions will leave the Castle at 9am following the route of Castle Gates, Castle Street, Pride Hill, Mardol Head, Shoplatch, St John’s Hill, Murivance and St Chad’s Terrace into St Chad’s Church. Roads will be closed from 9am through to 9.45 am.
There will then be a wreath laying ceremony at the War Memorial in The Quarry at 11am followed by a march past the saluting base on St Chad’s Terrace. Town Walls and Murivance will be closed from 10.35am through to approximately 11.45am.
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