November 11, 2013 1.05 pm This story is over 119 months old

Lincoln Remembrance Day services

Lincoln remembers: Remembrance Day services in Lincoln took place between November 9 and 11 across iconic city locations.

In Lincoln, services spanned three days in remembrance of fallen members of the Armed Forces.

Politicians, military leaders, veterans and serving personnel laid wreaths of poppies at Lincoln memorial sites and iconic locations and civic processions marched through the city streets.

The Armistice Service took place on Saturday, November 9, at the War Memorial on the High Street, conducted by the Mayor’s chaplain.

On Sunday November 10, the Lincoln Cathedral Remembrance Service took place with a civic procession and limited seats available to the public.

The sermon preached at the service by The Dean, the Very Reverend Philip Buckler, can be read on the Lincoln Cathedral website.

Then Lincoln High Street War Memorial also hosted a service and minute silence on Monday November 11.

Across the city, remembrance events were also held on Portland Street, Newport Arch, Birchwood, Bracebridge and Lincoln High Street.