Remembrance Day services to attend in Lincoln

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A number of remembrance services will be taking place in Lincoln this weekend and next week to commemorate the contribution of military and civilian servicemen and woman in conflicts across the globe.

The Mayor of Lincoln, Councillor Andrew Kerry, will lay wreaths at a number of services.

The Royal British Legion’s Armistice Service will take place at 10.50am on Saturday, November 7, at the War Memorial in High Street.

The Mayor will lead a civic procession from the Guildhall to the War Memorial at 10.45am, which will mark the beginning of the service. All members of the public are welcome to attend.

On Sunday, November 8, the Remembrance Service will take place from 10.40am at Lincoln Cathedral.

Again, there will be a civic procession and the service is open to the public, with limited seating available.

The following acts of remembrance are also taking place across the city that residents may wish to attend:

  • Portland Street Memorial – Saturday, November 7, 9.30am
  • 50 & 61 Squadron’s Association – Birchwood Leisure Centre, Sunday, November 8 – 1.30pm
  • War Memorial, High Street – Wednesday, November 11, 11am
  • Newport Cemetery Service – Wednesday, November 11, 1pm

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