Dunstable and Houghton Regis prepare to honour the men and women who gave their lives in the two World Wars next week.
Dunstable’s Remembrance Parade and Service will be held on Sunday (November 10).
The parade of ex-service and uniformed organisations will assemble in Grove House Gardens (at the rear of Grove House) at 10.15 am.
They will march to the War Memorial in Priory Gardens, then down to Priory House where Dunstable town mayor John Chatterley will take the salute.
Members of the public are most welcome to take part in Dunstable’s Act of Remembrance. Dunstable Town Council are once again keen to involve as many young people of the town as possible and would like to encourage representatives from schools in the town to take part in the parade and wreath laying.
There will also be a short service at the War Memorial to mark Armistice Day on Monday, November 11 at 11am.
A Service of Remembrance will be held at All Saints Parish Church in Houghton Regis on Sunday (November 10).
The service will commence at 10am with an Act of Remembrance following immediately after at 11am at the Memorial Stone on the Village Green.
The Service and Act of Remembrance will be officiated by the Vicar of All Saints’ Parish Church, the Standards and Ex Service Personnel of Houghton Regis.
Light refreshments will be served following the services at the Memorial Hall.
On Monday November 11 Members will gather at 10.40am at the Memorial Stone for an Armistace Day service to commence at 11am,
For more information, visit www.dunstable.gov.uk and www.houghtonregis-tc.gov.uk.