Christchurch Services for Remembrance Sunday0
There will be three services for Remembrance Sunday 10 November in Christchurch.
The first is a wreath-laying service at Purewell Cross War Memorial at 9.30am.
At 10.00am Christchurch councillors and officers will join the British Legion Parade outside the Old Town Hall in the High Street to process along the High Street and Church Street to the Priory Church.
There will be a wreath-laying ceremony at the Garden of Remembrance at 10.15am followed, at 10.50am, by a service in the Priory Church.
In the afternoon, at 2.50pm, the Vicar of St Mark’s Church in Highcliffe will lead the choir and the Civic Party from the church hall in Hinton Wood Avenue to the War Memorial at the church where a wreath-laying ceremony will take place at 3.00pm. This will be followed by a Memorial Service in the church at 3.10pm.
There will be free car parking in the Priory car park, Wick Lane car park and Bargates car park from 8am to 2pm and in the Wortley Road car park in Highcliffe from 12 noon to 4pm on Remembrance Sunday.