Remembrance Day 2012 services for Hull and East Yorkshire
Services of Remembrance will take place across Hull and the East Riding on Sunday, November 11, to remember those who lost their lives in the line of duty.
Here is a full line up of what is happening in your area:
The Lord Mayor of Kingston upon Hull, Councillor Daniel Brown, will attend the Annual Service of Remembrance at the Cenotaph on Sunday, November 11, which will be conducted by The Rev Dr Neal Barnes, Vicar of Holy Trinity Church.
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Canon Michale Loughlin of St Charles Borromeo, who is the Lord Mayor's Chaplain will give the address.
Following the service the Lord Mayor will take the salute at the March Past accompanied by the Lord-Lieutenant, the County President of the Royal British Legion, the Chief Executive, Ltnt Col JC Connolly, The Vicar of Holy Trinity Church and the Lord Mayor's Chaplain.
The March Past will consist of members from various veterans associations and will be led by the mass bands of Humberside Police and the 150 (Yorkshire) Transport Regiment.
The public are welcome to attend the Service which commences at 10.55am.
There will be a Service of Remembrance at Beverley Minster followed by a Memorial Service and Laying of Wreaths in the Memorial Gardens, Hengate on Sunday, November 11.
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The Service of Remembrance will take place on Sunday, November 11, at 10.40am at the Cenotaph.
BROUGH AND ELLOUGHTON
The Service of Remembrance will take place at 3pm on Sunday, November 11.
Residents should gather at Brough Corner at the War Memorial for the short service, which will be followed by two minutes silence and the Laying of Wreaths.
The Service of Remembrance will be held at the War Memorial at St Mary's Church at 10.45am.
The service will be attended by the Royal British Legion Standard and members men's and women's sections, members of the Scout and Guides association, the parish council, the British Red Cross and the police.
An honour guard will be provided by the local Army Cadet Corp and the two minutes silence will be observed, and last and post reveille sounded.
During the service, the Rector will read out the names of all Cottingham residents fallen in WW1 and WW2 and subsequent campaigns.
A Service of Remembrance will take place on Sunday, November 11, in the Gardens of Remembrance at 10.55am. This will be a short service followed by a two-minute silence at 11am.
The Mayor of Driffield, Councillor Joan Cooper will be invited to lay a wreath on behald of Driffield residents. Small crosses will also be available for anyone who wishes to pay their own silent tribute to a friend or loved one in a small Field of Remembrance beside the Memorial.
A further Service of Remembrance will take place at 2.30pm at the All Saints Parish Church. Clergy from Driffield Churches Together will take part in the service and guests from the Lord Lietuenants Office, armed services, ex service associations, welfare organisations, public services and youth associations have been invited to attend.
Following the service there will be a Wreath Laying Service at the War Memorial in the parish church grounds where 28 wreaths will be laid by representatives from associations and organisations from across Driffield.
*** On Saturday, November 10, Driffield Silver Band will perform a special concert for the Poppy Appeal. This will take place in the Old Town Hall, Driffield, by kind permission of Mr George Riggs commecning at 7.15pm. Tickets are priced at £5 each and will be on sale on the night.
Members of the Goole Branch of the Royal British Legion will meet outside the Charter Club on Pasture Road at 10.20am.
They will start their march to the Cenotaph on Boothferry Road at 10.30am. The Service of Remembrance will start at 10.45am and will be followed by two minutes silence at 11am and the Laying of Wreaths.
The march will then travel back to the Charter Club.
The Hedon and District Branch of the Royal British Legion will parade on Sunday, November 11, in Market Place, Hedon at 10.30am.
They will then march to Saint Augustine Church for a service, which will be followed by a further march to the War Memorial at the Cemetery in Ivy Lane for a Wreath Laying Ceremony.
The branch will then march back down Church Lane, Hull Road, and up Saint Augustine Gate for the salute in Market Place to Deputy Lord Lieutenant Elaine Garland and the Mayor of Hedon Cllr Lindop.
At approximately 2.15pm on Sunday, November 11, members of the Hessle Branch of the Royal British Legion will march from their branch on Salisbury Street. They will march across The Weir, down Prestongate and to the church.
A Service of Remembrance will be held at the church and will be followed by Wreath Laying at the War Memorial in the church grounds.
The parade will then reconvenes and march back up to their branch office for afternoon tea.
The main guests this year will be Deputy Lord Lieutenant of the County James Dick and Alan Johnson MP.
The Remembrance Service will be held on Sunday, November 11, at 10.30am at St Nicholas Parish Church, Newbegin, Hornsea.
On Saturday, November 10, at 11am at Howden Minster, the Rector will lead the Laying of Poppy Crosses on the Graves of the War Dead. Everyone is welcome to attend.
The Service of Remembrance will take place on Sunday, November 11, at Howden Minster at 10.15am. This will be followed by the Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial at 10.45am.
A Service of Remembrance will take place at 10am at the Methodist Church. This will be followed by the Laying of Wreaths at the War Memorial at 11am.
The Remembrance Service will take place on Sunday, November 11, at 10.50am at the Parish Church, North Cave.
The North Ferriby Branch of the Royal British Legion and those who wish to partake, will meet at the RBL Club on Low Street from 10am, with the parade starting at 10.25am.
The parade will march to the Cenotaph where there will be a short service, followed by the Laying of Wreaths.
The parade will continue to All Saints Church on Church Road for a full service, expected to last 50 minutes.
After the service, the parade will reassemble and march up Church Road to the entrance into North Ferriby Church of England School and will be dismissed on the school playground.
Light refreshments will be served in the clubhouse.
Market Weighton Royal British Legion will be holding its Annual Remembrance Sunday Parade and Church Service on Sunday, November 11.
The parade will form at Southfield Park, next to Market Weighton Social Club at 10.20am, and then march to the All Saints Church, arriving at 10.45am for the 10.50am church service.
A further march at 11.45am follows the service to the Memorial Institute on The Green where an Act of Remembrance will occur at 12 noon. The parade then marches back to the Market Weighton Social Club past the saluting Dais on Southgate.
Crowds to assemble at the Patrington Village War Memorial at 10.45am on Sunday, November 11.
The two minute silence will be held at 11am, and will be followed by a Service of Remembrance at St Patrick's Church.
Deputy Lieutenant for the East Riding of Yorkshire, Trevor Larsen has accepted an invitation to attend Patrington and take part in the Remembrance Day ceremonies.
The first event on Sunday, November 11, will take place at 11am at the WW1 Memorial outside the Post Office.
This will be followed by the normal Remembrance Day Parade, which will form outside Burnby Hall Gardens at 2pm, ready to march off at 2.15pm.
The parade route this year will be along The Balk, Regents Street, turning right into Market Place into Market Street where it will halt at the WW1 Memorial for people to pay their respects and wreaths to be laid.
The parade will then march off again and turn left onto Chapmangate proceeding to the junction of George Street and turning left and halting outside the WW2 Memorial in Grape Lane. People will be able to pay their respects and lay wreaths.
The parade will march off again and turn left into Railway Street. A service will then take place in All Saints Church at 3pm.
The Remembrance Day Service will be held at 10am at St Matthews Church on Sunday, November 11. This will be followed by the Laying of Wreaths at the New War Memorial at 11am.
A further Laying of Wreaths will also take place at the Old War Memorial.
If you have or know of a Service of Remembrance not mentioned on here please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The list will continue to be updated.