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Remembrance Sunday

Remembrance Sunday took place on Sunday 14th November 2021.

View the video of the Middlesbrough Parade and Service below: 

The Parade will form up at 10.30am ready to march up to the Cenotaph which is located at the front of the Dorman Museum on Linthorpe Road at 10.40am.

Following the march a public service led by Canon Glyn Holland will take place at the Cenotaph from 10.50am. 

The service and parade will feature The Cleveland Army Cadet Force Corps of Drums, Cleveland Concert Band and Members of Teesside Apollo Male Voice Choir. 

All members of the public are invited to attend with free tea and coffee available following the service in the Dorman Museum.

If you are unable to attend or you would prefer, the parade and service will be live streamed via our Middlesbrough Council Facebook channel.

This year a wooden horse and soldier have been installed in one of the flower beds at the Cenotaph, with both surrounded by recycled poppies produced by local school children. 

There will be some road closures in place throughout the duration of the parade and service which should be fully open again to traffic by 12.30pm. 

Message from the Mayor of Middlesbrough, Andy Preston:

"I’m delighted that everyone is able to pay their respects once again at the Cenotaph this year, and we will be live streaming the service if people are unable to attend. The Remembrance Day Parade and Service is an extremely important event and one that I’m honoured to be part of. It is our civic duty to remember everyone, especially those Middlesbrough men and women that gave so much. Please let us know who you would like to remember by sharing your stories, photos and tributes with us and they will be added to our online Book of Remembrance. We will remember them.

You can read the messages which have been submitted on our Book of Remembrance page.

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