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Remembrance Sunday: Find your nearest service

03 November 2023
Veteran takes the salute alongside a young boy and girl at the Remembrance Sunday parade Stockton 2022

Veteran takes the salute alongside a young boy and girl at the Remembrance Sunday parade Stockton 2022

Services of Remembrance will be held across the Borough on Sunday 12 November to honour those who gave their lives in both World Wars and more recent conflicts.

Residents are being invited to pay their respects on Remembrance Sunday at events in their local communities.

Here are all the details you need to know:


Stockton Parish Church will hold its usual contemporary Sunday Service at 9.30am with a remembrance theme, ending with the Act of Remembrance at the Cenotaph from 10.45am onwards.

For those attending the Cenotaph service only, you are advised to assemble at the Cenotaph by 10.35am.

A parade will march up the High Street from 10.35am and be in position at the Cenotaph for the outside service at 10.45am. The parade will then march back down the High Street with the Mayor, Vice Lord Lieutenant of Durham and Deputy Lieutenant of North Yorkshire taking the salute.


A parade starts at 10.30am with a service to be held at the Cenotaph on Acklam Road at 10.45am.

The Deputy Mayor, Members of the Thornaby Branch of the Royal British Legion and members of the public will assemble at the car park in Cranworth Street off Westbury Street at 10am.


A parade will assemble in the car park of The Salutation pub, on West Road, from 10am. At 10.30am the parade will move off for a service at the Cenotaph on Station Road at 10.50am, before proceeding back to The Salutation at 11.30am.


A service will be held in the Parish Church, West Street, at 9.30am, followed by a short service at the War Memorial then a small procession along the High Street to Yarm School.


A service will be held at Egglescliffe Parish Church (St John the Baptist) on Butts Lane at 10am, followed by a procession to Egglescliffe War Memorial at 10.45am.

Ingleby Barwick

A service starts at 10am at St. Francis of Assisi Church on Barwick Lane, leaving the church for the Act of Remembrance at the Memorial Stone at 11am.


The Church of St. Martin and St. Hilary on Forest Lane will hold a service at 10.15am  followed by a two minutes' silence.


A service which will be held at All Saints' Church on Dunattor Avenue at 9.45am. The service will then move to the nearby War Memorial for the two minutes silence at 11am.

Port Clarence

A short service will be held at the Cenotaph on Port Clarence Road at 3pm followed by the laying of wreaths.


A service will be held at Stillington Cenotaph on Messines Lane at 12 noon.


A service will be held in St Peter's Church on West Hartlepool Road at 10.15am, with a procession to the War Memorial for the laying of the wreath at 10.45am.


An Armistice Day service will be held on Saturday 11 November at St Mary's Church, Norton Village Green, from 10.40am including an Act of Remembrance and laying of wreaths.

On Sunday 12 November, Morning Worship and the Act of Remembrance will be held in St Mary's from 10.30am.


Details of all the events can also be found at Enjoy Tees Valley .


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