This post is pinned to the top until Sunday – new material will appear below.
Following my request for information to make a list of local Remembrance events, I can again share with readers a list of Remembrance services taking place locally this Remembrance Sunday, 10th November 2019 – this list will be updated with more info as I get it.
I’m still after details of events not mentioned. Comment here or mail me on BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com if you have information to share. All welcome!
This post will remain pinned to the top of the blog until Sunday, so the information is to hand. Just click the ‘more’ link in grey below if necessary for the full details.
Please note: this is a live list – if you have any corrections, clarifications or additions, please do comment or mail me: BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com. I’d like to get the list as accurate and comprehensive as possible.
These functions are organised by a diverse range of organisations, nearly all outside the auspices of the local authority, so getting comprehensive information is no small task.
This may not be complete, and details are supplied in good faith. Neither I, or the named readers will be held responsible for inaccuracies in the details provided. We are all human, and this is always quite a tough task.
All events are assumed Sunday Morning 10th November 2019, unless otherwise stated – Walsall Wood parade (Sunday afternoon as always).
Your understanding is appreciated.
Memorial Hall – A parade will start to assemble at 10:00am and depart at 10:30am. It will start at Brownhills Memorial just after 10:25am and it will take the route Lichfield Road into Great Charles Street, Short Street and Church Road, for the Service of Remembrance at St James church Cenotaph Brownhills 11:00 am, after there will be a service in St James Church.
This will be the first year for our own community band courtesy of the cadets at TS Vigo. Please show them your support!
- Walsall Wood:
This year’s Walsall Wood remembrance event is the same format as in previous years as follows:1.45 – 2.00pm Parade assembles on the former Oak Park Leisure Centre car park behind KFC2:00pm A461 is closed from Streets Corner to High Street/St John’s Close
2:15pm Parade departs on A461 south to St John’s churchService of remembrance around the cenotaph, including wreath laying, followed by service in the church
3:15pm approx. The parade reassembles to return north to the old Oak Park car park for dismissal
3:30pm approx. A461 is reopened
Please find below a précis of the salient points regarding Sunday’s Parade.-Part 1 will be a March along the High Street from the Village Centre to the War Memorial, it will then muster at the War Memorial, together with the general public for part 2, The Act of Remembrance.
The March will muster at 10:15am and commence around 10:35am.The March and members of the public will muster around the War Memorial for the Act of Remembrance, commencing at 10:48.After the service, the March will fall out and the general public will disperse.Sheets will be distributed prior to the service, however an electronic version can be downloaded from our website http://www.poprs.org, this is also the place to find detailed information of Sunday’s Parade.We look forward to seeing you there.
Claire Gibbs said: Rushall. Meet at the remembrance stone outside the library at 10:50, short service and silence will be held there.The old Library will be open afterwards for refreshments.
On Sunday 10 November 2019, the Aldridge Service of Remembrance will be held at the Aldridge war memorial.
The parade will leave Aldridge community centre 10:30am on a March up to the Aldridge war memorial located on the green in front of Aldridge church.
- Wimblebury and Heath Hayes:
Correction from Reg Fullelove: Assembly at the Cons, Remembrance service at St Johns at 10 o’clock following which worshipers make their own way to the memorial gates at Five Ways island the gates will be open for act of Remembrance – we will remember them!
10.20am: Laying of wreath at the Carless VC Memorial before parade from Walsall Council House’ leaving 10.25am along Lichfield Street, Lower Bridge Street,The Bridge and Bradford Street to the Cenotaph in Bradford Place for a 10.40am service
9.30am:Muster for parade starting from by the clock tower and travelling to the Cenotaph via Market Place, Stafford Street and Field Street
9.30am: Muster for parade from King Street to St Lawrence Church via Victoria Avenue and New Street
- Short Heath:
9.30am: Muster for parade from the British Legion building down Church Road, Bloxwich Road North, A462 Lane Head Bridge and A462 High Road to the cenotaph
9.30am: Muster for parade from the community centre to Streetly Methodist Church for a Remembrance Service
9:30am: Muster for parade in Bloxwich Memorial Club in Harrison Street to the cenotaph on A34 High Street
10:30am: Parade starts from South Staffordshire College to the Cenotaph for a 10:45am service
10:00am: Service at the Bethany Chapel before a ceremony at the War Memorial
- Norton Canes:
10:30am: Service at St James The Great Church
9:45am: Service at St Peter’s Church, followed by a parade at 10.40am to the War Memorial
9:00am: Parade leaves Brereton Social Club for a 9.15am service St Michael’s Church, followed by a parade at 10.40am to Brereton Cenotaph
- National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas:
10.30am: The Field of Remembrance will open to the public with a special service. Runs until November 19th.
We will Remember them.