HUDDERSFIELD’S Remembrance Sunday Service takes place at Huddersfield Town Hall on November 8 (10.50am).
The annual service to honour the town’s war dead will be at the new venue because of the need for ceiling repairs at the traditional venue of Huddersfield Parish Church.
The service takes places after a march from Huddersfield Parish Church, which features a civic party comprising the Mayor of Kirklees, Julie Stewart-Turner, the Vicar of Huddersfield Catherine Ogle, members of the council, magistrates and other dignitaries.
The march, which will leaves the church at 10am, will include the Yorkshire Regiment, Huddersfield Royal British Legion, the Army Veterans Association, Sea Cadets, emergency services, Scouts, Girl Guides and Hade Edge Band and Huddersfield Youth Brass Ensemble.
Public bodies and associations will also be represented on the march
The parade will take in Byram Street, St Peter’s Street, John William Street, New Street and Ramsden Street.
A salute will take place in the Market Place en route before the service, gets under way at 10.50am.
A pie and peas lunch will be provided at the Drill Hall, St Paul’s Street after the service.