Remembrance Sunday service and parade times in north Norfolk
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Service at St Mary's Church at 10.45am, with hymns led by Norfolk Wherry Brass Band. There will also be a short act of remembrance at the church on Saturday at 10.50am.
Parade marches off at 2.50 for a 3pm service at Cromer Parish Church, followed by wreath laying at the town war memorial. There will be short act of remembrance at the war memorial at 11am on Saturday.
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Wreath laying at the town war memorial at 2.15pm, followed by a parade to St Nicholas Church for a remembrance service at 3pm. Short act of remembrance outside North Walsham and District Memorial Hospital at 10.45am on Saturday.
Parade forms up at Aylsham Drill Hall, Cawston Road at 1.30pm, before marching off at 2pm for a service at St Michael's Church, followed by wreath laying at the newly-refurbished war memorial.
Parade forms up at 9.45am in the market place, marching off at 10am for a service at Aylsham Parish Church, followed by wreath laying at the war memorial.
The parade will form up outside the Methodist Church in Norwich Road at 10.30am, before marching to the High Street war memorial for a 10.50am service.
Parish church service 10.45am, followed by a parade and wreath laying at the seafront bomb memorial to the 26 Royal Engineers who died clearing mines from Norfolk's beaches between 1944 and 1953.
Parade forms up outside the Salvation Army headquarters in Cremer Street, marching off at 10.30am for a service and wreath laying at the town war memorial, followed by a service at St Peter's Church led by the vicar of Sheringham, Rev Christian Heycocks, who is Royal British Legion branch chaplain.
Service on the village green at 9am on Sunday.
Service at St Mary's Church at 10.50am on Sunday