Hundreds set to gather for Remembrance Sunday

Hundreds of people are set to gather in Dudley to pay their respects to the heroes of the armed forces at the annual Remembrance Sunday parade and service.

The Mayor of Dudley is set to lead the event on November 13. It includes a parade of service veterans from Top Church to the war memorial in Ednam Road from 1015am.

There will be a service led by Reverend James Treasure at the memorial from 10.30am which will see military personnel past and present as well as cadets and members of the community gather in Coronation Gardens. The proceedings will be broadcast live on Black Country Radio.

The West Midlands Fire Service Band will be playing and the Mayor will lay a wreath on behalf of Dudley Council. Councillor Sue Greenaway, Mayor of Dudley, said:

"We have a long association with the armed forces and the work they do is never far from our thoughts. Remembrance Sunday is always a very moving event and a timely opportunity to pay tribute to all the armed forces have done for us throughout history.

"The event is always very well attended and this year will be no different."


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