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Thursday, 28 May 2015

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Remembrance Day services and parades

Services and parades will be held across west Cumbria to mark Remembrance Sunday this weekend.

In Workington a parade will begin at 2pm and travel down Finkle Street and Vulcans Lane to the Cenotaph in Vulcan’s Park for 2.15pm.

At 10am there will be a church service and wreath laying at St Nicholas Church, Flimby.

Maryport will have a service in the Memorial Gardens from 10am to 11am and at 2.30pm a parade will leave Fleming Square for St Mary’s Church for a service at 2.45pm and wreath-laying at Memorial Gardens.

In Aspatria a parade will set off from Brandraw car park at 2pm and head to Memorial Gates.

There will be wreath-laying followed by a service in St Kentigern’s Church.

Dearham will have a church service at St Mungo’s at 10.30am.

Cockermouth Mechanics Band will lead a parade from the town’s Fairfield car park at 1.45pm for a service at the war memorial at 2pm, followed by a procession to Lorton Street Methodist Church for another service.

St John’s Church in Keswick will have a service at 9.45am followed by a parade to the Cenotaph for a short service and wreath-laying at 11am.

Holy Spirit Church in Distington will have a service at 9am and parade from 10.45am for a service at the Cenotaph at 11am.


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