Remembrance Sunday On Sunday 12th November, the Remembrance parade will take place in Wallingford Town Centre. The Council remembers the many men and women of Wallingford and elsewhere who died in the first world war, the second world war and in all of the many wars and conflicts that have occurred since.

The Remembrance Service takes place at the War Memorial in the Market Place with also a parade by marching groups, the Bugler sounding the last post and a fly past. This is followed with the readings of the names on the war memorial followed by the wreath laying which is usually done by the Mayor of Wallingford, Deputy Lieutenant, Freeman (Army and RAF), Deputy Police Commissioner, Members of Parliament, Royal British Legion, Oxfordshire County Council and District Council. With the object of keeping the Market Place as quiet as possible during the customary Remembrance Service, the Market Place will be closed to traffic from approximately 1000 hours to 1200 hours on this day.

Tom will be reporting LIVE from the parade.

The co-operation of residents living in the vicinity of the Market Place is sought to ensure that there is no interference during the service. All are welcome to join us at this event.

Timings of the event:

The parade will leave Goldsmith Lane Car Park approx. 10.50am

Bugler sounds Last Post approx. 10.58am

Silence at 11am

Service finishes approx. 11.30am