Remembrance Sunday timetable; A special day full of events has been timetabled for Sunday, November 11, including a procession from Lake Street to Church Square and a ‘WW1 Beacons of Light’ function.
The pressed timetable is the aftereffect of diligent work and arranging from new autonomous gathering, the Remembrance Day Committee, containing a blend of nearby aptitude spread over The Royal British Legion, the Royal Air Force and the Scots Guards Regiment, who have been bolstered by Leighton-Linslade Town Council.
Board part and originator, Michael Green (ex RAF), clarified why the group needed to improve. He stated: “We framed in March since we needed to further upgrade and help the Parade Marshall, George Compton.
“Leighton Buzzard has a huge ex-military network and open and march numbers have developed and developed.
“It’s the 100th year and we expectation individuals appreciate the motorcade as a sign of regard, not exclusively to those serving in the Great War, yet to the individuals who have lost their lives since.”
Enhanced individuals from the Scots Guards Regiment will help the Parade Marshall, George Compton, on the day, and it is trusted that veterans youthful and old, from all arms of the administrations, and from all ongoing and continuous military battles participate in the walk.
Board part, ex-Falklands veteran Bob Perry, stated: “The Town Council has been immensely strong.
“We as a whole share the desire that our extraordinary network in Leighton-Linslade turn up on Sunday to demonstrate their regard.”
10.30am, Annual Remembrance Day Parade from Lake Street to Church Square, where the Act of Remembrance will be held at Leighton Buzzard War Memorial, trailed by an administration in All Saints’ Church.
– 12.30pm approx, Act of Remembrance at Linslade War Memorial.
– 12.30pm approx, Tea and espresso at the Royal British Legion Club, West Street.
– 12.45pm, WW1 themed town focus walk driven by Mike Moran (approx 45 mins). Meet at War Memorial, Church Sq.
– 3.15pm, an evening of WW1 melodies by Mike Ruff, Royal British Legion Club (2hrs).
– 5.45pm, ‘Lights On’ at Leighton Buzzard War Memorial. The names of the fallen who gave their lives during World War One will be perused out, and a dedication cross planted for each.
– 6.55pm, The Last Post will be sounded at Leighton Buzzard War Memorial.
– 6.59pm, ‘WW1 Beacons of Light’. Lighting of a reference point in Church Sq for harmony, as a major aspect of more than 1,000 the country over.
– 7.05pm, Church chimes will ring the country over in festivity of harmony.
– 7.05pm, ‘A Cry for Peace around the globe’. Town Criers in the UK partake in the International Cry for Peace.