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Remembrance Sunday Chelmsford

Remembrance Sunday Chelmsford; Chelmsford Cathedral is facilitating a progression of free occasions, related to the city, to celebrate the century of the part of the bargain One on 11 November.

Saturday 10 November 2018 7.30 pm

Chelmsford Singers and Chelmsford church building Choirs Remembrance Concert together with nearby symphony Chelmsford Sinfonietta. Counting music from John Ireland, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Michael Leighton Jones and Herbert Howells.

 

Tickets ( from £10), accessible from ticketsource.co.uk, tel: 0333 6663366 or the Cathedral bookstall.

 

Remembrance Sunday Chelmsford
Remembrance Sunday Chelmsford

 

Sunday 11 November

The Cathedral will be open all through Remembrance Sunday and facilitating the accompanying occasions:

6 am

Go along with us for a moving presentation of ‘Fight’s Over’ by nearby flute player Jonathan Swan 100 years to the hour when the peace negotiation that wrapped World War One up was agreed upon. Jonathan will move to the highest point of the Cathedral pinnacle to play the customary Scottish regret at the same time with 1,000 flautists the nation over. The Cathedral will at that point be open thereafter for a short administration and refreshments.

Just before 11 am

The Cathedral ensembles will join individuals from over the city for a short demonstration of recognition at the war dedication in Duke Street before driving an administration on the means of the Shire Hall at 11.30am. The Cathedral will again be open a short time later for refreshments.

 

Remembrance Sunday Chelmsford
Remembrance Sunday Chelmsford

 

12.30 pm

Alongside 1,000 Cathedrals and Churches the nation over, the chimes will ring out for harmony with a unique ring endeavor.

5 pm

Tag along to a free film screening of ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’; a practical and nerve racking record of fighting in World War One. It was the primary movie to win Academy Awards for Outstanding Production and Best Director.

 

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You will likewise have the option to add a poppy to our River of Remembrance, a sensational craftsmanship establishment at the Cathedral recognizing each one of the individuals who lost their lives in World War One. You can tell us who you are putting your poppy in memory of by offering your photos to us via web-based networking media and utilizing the hashtag #RiverOfRemembrance. On the off chance that you’d like to find out about the River of Remembrance, there’s additional data on our site.

‘It is a respect to have the option to recollect the penance made by such a significant number of both in World War One and in wars since and the Cathedral is satisfied to have the option to get together with the city to be a piece of the recognitions’, says Communications Manager Clare Broome.

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