A day of respect for our wartime dead

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Remembrance Sunday is a day when crowds gather to pay their respects to the fallen.

Services will take place this Sunday (November 10) in Morecambe, Lancaster and Carnforth as crowds gather to remember all who died for their country in the two World Wars and also those injured or traumatised by more recent operations in Afghanistan, Bosnia and Iraq.

In Morecambe, a procession will form up at The Platform at approximately 10.20am for a service and two minutes silence at the Cenotaph on the promenade.

The Lancaster service will begin in the Garden of Remembrance at the town hall at 10.20am. This will be followed by a service in the 
Priory Church at 11.30am.

Then there will be a parade and march leaving the Priory Church and ending at Lancaster Town Hall at approximately 12.20pm.

A parade will leave the Carnforth Town Council offices at 10.35am for a service and wreath laying ceremony at the Cenotaph.

Parking charges have been suspended for the day on the car parks at the Arena in Morecambe and Nelson Street in Lancaster. For further information about the services or to express an interest in laying a wreath call the Mayor’s Office on (01524) 582070 or email mayor@lancaster.gov.uk