Cromer’s Remembrance Sunday parade has been brought forward by an hour.

On Sunday, November 12, the Remembrance Sunday parade will assemble at the town’s tourist information centre in the Meadow Car Park at 1.30pm.

The procession will begin at 1.40pm, parading through the town before arriving at Cromer Church for a 2pm service.

The service, which is open to members of the public to attend, will remember residents in Cromer who died in conflicts from 1914 onwards.

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Wreaths will be laid after the service at the town’s war memorial, accompanied by the Cromer and Sheringham brass band.

On Thursday, October 26, the grounds of Cromer Church will be the field of remembrance from 11am, where people can place a cross for those who lost their lives.

On Remembrance Day, Saturday November 11, a service will be held at the war memorial in the church grounds at 10.50am. The Last Post will be played followed by two minutes of silence.