Remembrance Day services in St Davids, Fishguard, Haverfordwest, Pembroke Dock and Goodwick
1:44pm Thursday 8th November 2012 in News
Services will be held across the county on Sunday to mark Remembrance Day.
The Haverfordwest Remembrance Service will be conducted at the Cenotaph in Salutation Square at 10.55am.
The annual Service of Remembrance in Neyland will be held at the War Memorial in Riverside Avenue.
The procession will assemble at the Council Offices in High Street at 2pm and will move off promptly at 2.15pm.
If it rains the service will take place in Bethesda Baptist Church.
In Milford Haven the parade will assemble outside the town hall at 10.45am. The procession will then march down to the cenotaph in Hamilton Terrace for the service which will be conducted by Port Chaplain Steve Trayner and Father Paul Davies.
The ATC band will lead the parade from Pembroke Dock Community School at 2.45pm arriving at St John’s Church for the service at 3pm and in Pembroke the parade will meet at East End at 10.45am, arriving at the Cenotaph for 11am. The service will be conducted by Canon Roger Jones.
In St Davids those taking part in the parade will be assembling at Oriel y Parc at 10.25am, before heading to the Cross Square and continuing to the Cathedral for a Service of Remembrance at 11.15am.
The Fishguard service will be held at St Mary’s Church at 10am, conducted by Rev Don Macgregor and in Goodwick the service will take place at St Peters Church at 3pm.
Pembrokeshire Motorcycle Action Group is planning a ride of respect to Herbrandston to mark Remembrance Day.
The group will gather at the Criterion Way car park in Pembroke Dock at about 9.30am and any donations received will be sent to the Combat Stress Veteran’s Charity.
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