Preston City Council has released the schedule for this Sunday’s Remembrance service, which will thousands attend.
Remembrance Sunday is held in the United Kingdom as a day to commemorate the contribution of British and Commonwealth military and civilian servicemen and women in the two World Wars and later conflicts.
Sunday’s commemorations will begin at 10:30am with a parade that will be led by one of Lancashire’s regiments Corps of Drums along with the Brindle Band.
Representatives of other local regiments will also be in attendance as the parade departs from the Preston Market canopies.
The parade will leave Earl Street, travel along Lancaster Road, then onto Church Street, before moving back onto the Flag Market.
A two-minute silence will then be held from 11am before the Service of Remembrance begins.
Wreaths will be laid by The Right Worshipful the Mayor
of Preston, followed by representatives of the armed
services and the local and wider community.