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Monday, 31 October 2011

Remembrance Day parade and service 2011

The Mayor of Northampton Councillor Jamie Lane will lead a procession of councillors from the Guildhall to All Saints' Church as part of this year's Remembrance Day parade and service on Sunday 13 November. The main parade will form in two parts on the Market Square.  The Northampton Pipe Band will lead the first part of the march at 9.30am and will be followed by the second part led by the Air Training Corps Band at 9.35am.  The parade will join with the Mayor's procession at All Saints' Church for the Divine Service which starts at 10am. After the Divine Service the parade will assemble outside the memorial gardens in George Row.  They will be joined by clergy, the choir of All Saints' Church and the Salvation Army Band.  The traditional two minutes silence will begin at 11am at the first stroke of All Saints' clock.  The laying of wreaths and the Remembrance Service will then follow. After the service the parade headed by the Northampton Pipe Band will make its way to the Guildhall to make the salute before progressing up St Giles Street, into Fish Street and then reaching its final destination in Abington Street.
The Mayor of Northampton Councillor Jamie Lane said: "I hope very much that the people of Northampton will join us as we pay our respects to those who have sacrificed their lives in serving our country.  Many brave men and women are serving our country today and this day is also an opportunity for us to think of them.”


The order of wreath laying is available on request.

The Remembrance Day assembly order is as follows:

9.20am Parade - Assemble Market Square
Order of March:

1. Northampton Pipe Band
2. Standard Bearers
3. Wreath Bearers
4. Royal British Legion and other Ex-Service Organisations
5. Air Training Corps Band
6. Units of the Regular Army
7. Units of the Territorial Army
8. Other Uniformed Civil Units
9. Other Organisations.
9.30am
The First part of the Parade headed by the Northampton Pipe Band will March to All Saints' Church for Divine Service. Standard Bearers form Guard of Honour on Portico. Wreath Bearers to leave Wreaths on Portico.

9.35am
The Second Part of the Parade headed by the ATC Band will March to All Saints' Church for Divine Service.

9.50am
THE MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL will process from the Guildhall to All Saints' Church for Divine Service.

10am
Divine Service at All Saints' Church.

10.35am
After Divine Service, Parade will assemble in original order in George Row except Wreath Bearers who will be at the Rear of the Parade, and headed by the Northampton Pipe Band will March to positions on Wood Hill. Wreath Bearers of the Royal British Legion, Old Comrades Associations, and others in the Parade will occupy a position on the pavement outside the Memorial Gardens in George Row.

10.53am
THE MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL will arrive at the Memorial Gardens, entering by the George Row Gate.  THE LORD LIEUTENANT or Her Representative will arrive at the Memorial Gardens, entering by the George Row Gate.

10.53am
THE CLERGY AND CHOIR of All Saints' Church will arrive at the Memorial Gardens, entering by the George Row Gate.  THE CLERGY, CHOIR and the SALVATION ARMY BAND will be positioned at the Mercers Row side of the Memorial.

HYMN as shown on Service Sheet.
ACT OF HOMAGE said by the President of the Northampton Branch of the Royal British Legion.
10.59am
LAST POST.

11am
THE SILENCE will be kept for TWO MINUTES, beginning at the FIRST Stroke of All Saints' Church Clock.  THE CONCLUSION of the SILENCE will be marked by REVEILLE.

THE LORD LIEUTENANT or her Representative will place a Wreath on the Memorial Stone, followed by THE MAYOR, then other dignitaries, Members of the Royal British Legion, Old Comrades Associations, and others on Parade. The Wreath Bearers on Parade will leave the Memorial Gardens by the Mercers Row Gate, and fall in on Mercers Row for the remainder of the Service. During the Wreath Laying Ceremony the Pipe Major will play the 'Flowers of the Forest'
THE SERVICE will proceed as printed in the Order of Service.

INSIDE THE CHURCH:
The Parade on entering the Church will fill up the Pews from the Rear in the North and South Aisles already reserved.  Arrangements will be made for the Standards to be laid on the Altar.

AFTER DIVINE SERVICE AT THE CHURCH:
The Parade will leave the Church starting from the rear pews, so that the Parade will assemble in the original order in George Row, and headed by The Northampton Pipe Band will March to positions on Wood Hill.  The ATC Band will march to positions in The Drapery. The Wreath Bearers will March at the rear of the Parade, to occupy their position outside the Memorial Gardens in George Row

AFTER THE SERVICE AT THE MEMORIAL:
The Lord Lieutenant, or her representative, The High Sheriff, The Mayor and Members of the Council, preceded by the Clergy and Choir will leave by the George Row Gate. The Salvation Army Band will remain in the Memorial Gardens.
The Parade headed by the Northampton Pipe Band will March down Mercers Row, round All Saints' Church, up George Row, and will MARCH PAST the GUILDHALL where the Salute will be taken.
After the MARCH PAST, the Parade will March up St. Giles Street, turn left into Fish Street, and turn left into Abington Street for dismissal.
Private Wreath Bearers will be admitted to the Memorial Gardens when the Parade has passed.

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