The Town Council has been working in partnership with the Royal British Legion and local groups to coordinate this year’s act of remembrance in Edenbridge on Sunday 12 November.
At 10.30 am there will be a march from Leathermarket car park to the War Memorial Hospital (with road closure), followed by a wreath-laying service at 11.00 am.
The whole community is invited to join, but please be advised that there will be limited parking available at the War Memorial Hospital. Instead, you should park in the town. Those who need to travel by car should arrive at the memorial by 10.30am to avoid the road closure.
Help with Transportation
A Scouts minibus will lead the parade, with limited seats available for those with walking mobility issues. These should be booked in advance via this booking form. Alternatively, please email email@example.com or telephone 07746 816092.
10.15 am: Community groups gather at Leathermarket car park
10.30 am: Scouts lead march to War Memorial Hospital
10.45 am: Arrive at War Memorial Hospital, and gather around memorial
10.50 am: Church service and playing of Last Post
11.00 am: Last Post and two-minute Silence followed by wreath-laying, prayers and National Anthem
11.15 am: March back to the Leathermarket car park
2.30 pm: Service of Remembrance at St Peter and St Paul’s Church. Music by Edenbridge Town Band. There will also be a cascade of poppies on display.
Working in partnership
Thank you to all the organisations and volunteers that are helping to make this possible including the Royal British Legion, Edenbridge Bonfire Society, Edenbridge Scouts and Girl Guides, St Peter & St Paul’s Church, Edenbridge Town Band, Edenbridge Town Councillors, Kent Police and Sevenoaks District Council.