Manchester's annual Remembrance Sunday service and procession
10.25am: Remembrance procession
A Remembrance procession will assemble on Peter Street outside the Radisson Hotel, setting off for the Cenotaph at 10.25am. There will be road closures in place.
11am: The Cenotaph
Civic dignitaries, faith leaders, political leaders and members of the armed forces both serving and veterans will be invited to pay their respects at the city’s Cenotaph in St. Peter’s Square at 11am on Sunday 10 November.
The firing of a 105mm gun will mark the beginning and end of the traditional two minute silence.
Following the service, the parade will march back past Central Library, where a salute will be taken by the Lord Mayor, the Lord-Lieutenant, senior representatives from the Royal Navy, Army, Royal Air Force, the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, 207 Field Hospital, and the Reserved Forces.
We invite veterans who wish to take part in this march-past to contact us by email.
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