Remembrance Sunday Victoria Park Widnes; A SPECIAL remembrance march is being held in Widnes to honor the century of the part of the bargain World War.
Schoolchildren will unite with war veterans to walk through Victoria Park at 10.30am on Saturday, September 8.
Widnes Royal British army and Widnes Royal Artillery Association in have collaborated with Halton Council to sort out the occasion in front of the November’s noteworthy commemoration.
Understudies from nine schools crosswise over Widnes, Hale and Cronton will respect the 34 fallen administration people named on the Cenotaph and dedication stones in Victoria Park.
Youngsters will have made sheets which they will convey in the procession and lay close to the Cenotaph.
The Mercian Regiment, cadets, scouts and aides will join veterans.
Mike McNicholas, secretary of the Royal British Legion Ball O Ditton, said:”On the arrival to the bandstand we will open up the fun side of the occasion and it is a method for saying ‘thank you’ to all who kept the home flames consuming.
“We need to recollect that while the men where away battling, life needed to continue and it fell onto the shoulders of the spouses, moms, sisters,sons and men working in the industrial facilities on significant work to keep Britain solid.”
Attractions in the recreation center will incorporate a funfair, an attack course, pilot training program, music, ensembles, the police, fire unit, emergency vehicle, Widnes bike Club, moving and slows down from nearby philanthropies.
Photos and a course of events of a portion of the men from Widnes who never got back home will likewise be in plain view.
Admission will be free.