Surrey Heath Borough Council has announced the Remembrance Sunday services in the borough with the Mayor and Deputy Mayor in attendance.
Surrey Heath will pay tribute to those involved in the First and Second World War, as well as more recent conflicts, during Remembrance Sunday services planned across the borough on 13 November.
He will later visit St Michael’s Church, Camberley, together with Chief Executive Karen Whelan, for a 2.0 pm service.
A parade including The Mayor, Commandant of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Major General Paul Nanson CBE, and SHBC Chief Executive Karen Whelan, will then be held along the A30 London Road from approximately 3.0 pm. Wreaths will be laid at the war memorial outside the RMA entrance in Camberley. Surrey Heath MP Michael Gove is also due to attend.
Deputy Mayor Cllr Valerie White will attend St John the Baptist, Windlesham, from 10.0 am. At 2.0 pm she will then visit St Lawrence Church, Chobham.
The Remembrance Sunday services are organised by the Royal British Legion, with Surrey Heath Borough Council and the military working together to support the event.
My photo of Lightwater Remembrance Sunday service in 2014.