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Members of Evesham Town Council, together with representatives of organisations of the Town, will be attending the Remembrance Day Parade and Service on Sunday 12 November 2017, and I am asked to extend a cordial invitation to your organisation to send representatives to join the official party at the Town Hall at 10.30 am to witness the Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial and join in the Service at All Saints’ Church afterwards.
The arrangements are as follows:-
10.15 am Uniformed organisations and ex-service personnel will assemble in the Market Square.  Representatives of organisations who are laying wreaths at the War Memorial are also asked to join the Market Square section of the parade to process on to the War Memorial as a wreath laying party.  The parade will be inspected by the Town Mayor at 10.40 am.
Members of Evesham Town Council, representatives of organisations and invited guests are asked to assemble in the Town Hall, from where they will leave at 10.50 am.
10.50 am The uniformed organisations and ex-service personnel parade will process from the Market Square down Bridge Street and to the War Memorial via the Crown Courtyard and Abbey Park led by Avonbank Band and the ex-service Standard Bearers.
10.56 am The procession should be in place at the War Memorial.
11.00 am A two minutes’ silence will be observed and wreaths will be placed 
Following the Act of Remembrance the band will lead the ex-service standard bearers, the Civic Party and the uniformed organisations to All Saints’ Church for a Service of Remembrance.  At the conclusion of the service, the Civic Party will leave and proceed to the saluting base in Vine Street via Abbot Reginald’s Gateway and Market Square.
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The uniformed organisations and ex-service personnel parade will form up on the main churchyard path and then process up Vine Street where the Salute will be taken.  The Parade will continue to the Market Square for dismissal.
Representatives of organisations should disperse independently on leaving the church.  You are cordially invited to take tea or coffee with the Council in the Town Hall after the church service.
I should be grateful if you could let me know before 3 November 2017 whether your organisation is able to accept the invitation, and how many representatives will attend.
Local organisations are reminded that wreaths are obtainable from Mrs F George, 3 Offenham Road, Evesham WR11 3DU, telephone number 01386 421137.

Members of Evesham Town Council, together with representatives of organisations of the Town, will be attending the Remembrance Day Parade and Service on Sunday 12 November 2017

The arrangements are as follows:-


10.15 am Uniformed organisations and ex-service personnel will assemble in the Market Square.  Representatives of organisations who are laying wreaths at the War Memorial are also asked to join the Market Square section of the parade to process on to the War Memorial as a wreath laying party.  The parade will be inspected by the Town Mayor at 10.40 am.Members of Evesham Town Council, representatives of organisations and invited guests are asked to assemble in the Town Hall, from where they will leave at 10.50 am.
10.50 am The uniformed organisations and ex-service personnel parade will process from the Market Square down Bridge Street and to the War Memorial via the Crown Courtyard and Abbey Park led by Avonbank Band and the ex-service Standard Bearers.
10.56 am The procession should be in place at the War Memorial.
11.00 am A two minutes’ silence will be observed and wreaths will be placed 
Following the Act of Remembrance the band will lead the ex-service standard bearers, the Civic Party and the uniformed organisations to All Saints’ Church for a Service of Remembrance.  At the conclusion of the service, the Civic Party will leave and proceed to the saluting base in Vine Street via Abbot Reginald’s Gateway and Market Square.

The uniformed organisations and ex-service personnel parade will form up on the main churchyard path and then process up Vine Street where the Salute will be taken.  The Parade will continue to the Market Square for dismissal.
Representatives of organisations should disperse independently on leaving the church. 

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