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Remembrance Day services will be held across Fylde on Sunday 10th November 2019. Services across Fylde are always well attended and will take place as follows:

St Annes
Assemble at the Pier car park on North Promenade at 10:30am and proceed (route St Annes Road West and Clifton Drive North, returning via Garden Street and St Annes Road West) to the memorial at 10:38am. Fylde Council’s civic party will be led by Councillor Angela Jacques Fylde Mayor.

Assemble at the Assembly Rooms at 10:30am. Procession to move off at 10:45am to the war memorial via Dicconson Terrace, Henry Street and Queen Street (returning by reverse route). The civic party will be led by Councillor Richard Redcliffe, Fylde Deputy Mayor.

Assemble on Orders Lane at 1:30pm and move off at 1:45pm. The service of Remembrance will commence at the Cenotaph at 2:00pm. The procession will return to the Community Centre at approximately 3:00pm where refreshments will be served.

Assemble at the War Memorial, Station Road/Weeton Road at 10:30am. There will be a short parade prior to the Act of Remembrance. Following the Act of Remembrance there will be a parade back to Wesham Community Centre where refreshments will be served.

Remembrance Service conducted by Revd. Jim Crawford at St Luke’s Church, starting at 9:30am. This will be followed by a parade starting at 10:35am to the Memorial at Jubilee Gardens. A short service will be hosted by Cllr Jayne Nixon to encompass the last post and 2 minutes silence at 11.00am.

Ribby with Wrea & Westby with Plumptons
Remembrance Service at St Nicholas Church, Wrea Green starting at 10:00am, before moving to the Wrea Green War Memorial.

Councillor Angela Jacques, Fylde Mayor, said “I am sure all the many services of Remembrance will be well attended as Fylde pays its respects to those who have given their lives in service to our country.”