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The Town Council support the Royal British Legion in their belief that it is important that Remembrance Sunday and 11th November be marked publicly in the life of our community, as it is nationally and internationally, as a day of commemoration and commitment. Also that it is right to honour all those who have given their lives and those who continue to do so in the service of their country, and to offer some continuing strength and comfort to the bereaved families.
Every year the Prudhoe Branch of the Royal British Legion launch the Poppy Appeal in the town and organise the Parade on Remembrance Sunday.
The format of the parade is always publicised by the council and displayed on noticeboards and the website. The Town Council also encourages schools, organisations, businesses and groups, via newsletters, meetings and assemblies to pass on this information.
If you have any questions about the town's Remembrance arrangements please contact the office on (01661) 835487.
The photographs below were kindly taken by Community Photographers, Bill and Moira Wooldridge.