Gloucester marks Remembrance Sunday
The City of Gloucester will be honouring the fallen.
The City of Gloucester will be honouring the fallen on Sunday, November 13. The Civic Party will attend services at the cemeteries on Tredworth Road as well as at the Cenotaph at Gloucester Park and Gloucester Cathedral.
The morning services will begin at 10.10am with the Mayor, Sheriff, High Sheriff of Gloucestershire and the Chairman of the Royal British Legion attending services at the cemeteries on Tredworth Road to lay wreaths at the Cross of Sacrifice and at the War Graves plot.
The Civic Party will then proceed to the Cenotaph at Gloucester Park for the traditional service at 10.50am, followed by wreath laying by representatives of the Armed Forces and other organisations.
A parade through the city will begin at midday in Queen’s Walk, next to Boots, and will parade along Eastgate Street, where the Civic Party will take the salute, onto Westgate Street and finish in Cathedral grounds.
In the afternoon, the Service of Remembrance will take place at 3pm at Gloucester Cathedral, those wishing to attend should be seated by 2.45pm.
Trier Way from St Ann Way/Bristol Road junction closed from 10.00 – 11.15am
Park Road from Wellington Street to Trier Way closed from 10.00 -11.15am
Belgrave Road – closed from 10.00 – 11.15am