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What's on: Remembrance Sunday events

Lancashire Telegraph: What's on: Remembrance Sunday events What's on: Remembrance Sunday events

CHURCH services, parades and wreath laying ceremonies are set to be held across East Lancashire over the weekend to remember the county’s fallen heroes.

The Royal British Legion said they are expecting are a record turnout, with this year’s Armistice day also falling on Remembrance Sunday.

Amongst the events planned for East Lancashire are:

BLACKBURN Sunday 9.30am - Blackburn Cathedral service followed by wreath laying BURNLEY Sunday 10.50am - Croft Street war memorial CHORLEY Sunday 9.30am - Procession from the Town Hall in St Thomas’s Road, at 9.30am followed by wreath laying in Astley Park Cenotaph.

DARWEN Friday 10.30am - Darwen Cemetery Saturday 11am - Darwen Town Hall followed by wreath-laying at Belgrave Square Boer War Memorial.

Sunday 10.30am - Darwen Cemetery Sunday 9.15am - St Paul’s Church, Hoddlesden. 11.55am wreath laying at Hoddlesden War Memorial.

Sunday 2.30pm - St Peter’s Church, Darwen

HYNDBURN Sunday 10.30am - Oakhill Park, Accrington Sunday 10.15am - St James Church Altham Sunday 3pm - St John’s Church, Baxenden Sunday 11am - War Memorial, Gatty Park, Church Sunday 2.30pm - War Memorial, Rhyddings Street, Oswaldtwistle Sunday 11am - War Memorial, Mercer Park, Clayton-le-Moors Sunday 10.50am - War Memorial Great Harwood Sunday 9.45am - Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul, Rishton Sunday 2.30pm - Wreath laying at war memorial Huncoat

PENDLE Friday 11am - Barley Sunday 11am - War Memorial, Albert Road, Colne Sunday noon - Barrowford Park Sunday 2pm -Nelson Cenotaph Sunday 3pm - Barnoldswick Town Square

ROSSENDALE: Friday 10.30am - Peace Garden, Toll Bar Roundabout, Stacksteads Saturday 11am - Memorial Gardens, Market Street, Edenfield Sunday 11am - Crawshawbooth War Memorial Sunday 9.45am - Parade from Royal British Legion Club, Lower Deardengate, Haslingden Sunday 10.20am - parade to Cenotaph in Whitworth’s Memorial Gardens.

Sunday noon - Trickett’s Memorial Gardens, Burnley Road East, Waterfoot.

Sunday 3pm - service and wreath laying at the cenotaph, Rawtenstall Sunday 2.45pm - parade from Maden Centre car park to Bacup cenotaph Sunday 7pm - Parish Church of St Thomas Musbury, Helmshore Road, Helmshore

PADIHAM Sunday 9.45am St Leonards Church Sunday 11am Padiham War Memorial

RIBBLE VALLEY Sunday 10.30am St Peter's Church Salesbury Sunday 10.45am Rimington War Memorial Sunday 9.30am Wiswell War Memorial Sunday 2.45pm Billington Cenotaph Sunday 11am Clitheroe Castle Sunday 11am Longridge War Memorial

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5:02pm Fri 9 Nov 12

vicn1956 says...

See on your poll 35% won't be attending a memorial service. All those able and won't go show what an uncaring and selfish country we've become. Bet they take advantage of everything on offer in the free society they died to give us!
See on your poll 35% won't be attending a memorial service. All those able and won't go show what an uncaring and selfish country we've become. Bet they take advantage of everything on offer in the free society they died to give us! vicn1956
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5:49pm Fri 9 Nov 12

sen c ble says...

Count yourselves lucky boy's and girl's in the name of freedom.
They are the first to post comments on the LT, and at the same time place a vote for non-attendance!
Count yourselves lucky boy's and girl's in the name of freedom. They are the first to post comments on the LT, and at the same time place a vote for non-attendance! sen c ble
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9:14pm Fri 9 Nov 12

2 for 5p says...

I'm going to be doing something more interesting this year ,
If anyone has done Any painting recently , let us know on Sunday I might come and watch it dry.
I'm going to be doing something more interesting this year , If anyone has done Any painting recently , let us know on Sunday I might come and watch it dry. 2 for 5p
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9:35pm Fri 9 Nov 12

vicn1956 says...

2 for 5p
Baffling isn't it- they died to defend your right to write that!
2 for 5p Baffling isn't it- they died to defend your right to write that! vicn1956
  • Score: 3

9:39pm Fri 9 Nov 12

sen c ble says...

2 for 5p wrote:
I'm going to be doing something more interesting this year ,
If anyone has done Any painting recently , let us know on Sunday I might come and watch it dry.
What else can the rock and rollers do!
[quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: I'm going to be doing something more interesting this year , If anyone has done Any painting recently , let us know on Sunday I might come and watch it dry.[/p][/quote]What else can the rock and rollers do! sen c ble
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10:27pm Fri 9 Nov 12

Good call says...

Freedom, we don't even get a vote on if we want to remain within the European Union.
Freedom, we don't even get a vote on if we want to remain within the European Union. Good call
  • Score: 2

2:26am Sat 10 Nov 12

2 for 5p says...

Open question:
What do you think the implications are for the everyday run of the mill working class man,of another country invading the UK.

I personally think very little these soldiers who sacrifice there lives are doing so , for the benefit of the controlling and ruling classes, and to keep the arms trade strong.
The arms trade is simply a design to cream off the nations cash for the benefit of the arms dealers.
Open question: What do you think the implications are for the everyday run of the mill working class man,of another country invading the UK. I personally think very little these soldiers who sacrifice there lives are doing so , for the benefit of the controlling and ruling classes, and to keep the arms trade strong. The arms trade is simply a design to cream off the nations cash for the benefit of the arms dealers. 2 for 5p
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9:53am Sat 10 Nov 12

Chris P Bacon says...

2 for 5p wrote:
Open question:
What do you think the implications are for the everyday run of the mill working class man,of another country invading the UK.

I personally think very little these soldiers who sacrifice there lives are doing so , for the benefit of the controlling and ruling classes, and to keep the arms trade strong.
The arms trade is simply a design to cream off the nations cash for the benefit of the arms dealers.
It's a great pity the education fund ran out before it reached you, really, isn't it?
[quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: Open question: What do you think the implications are for the everyday run of the mill working class man,of another country invading the UK. I personally think very little these soldiers who sacrifice there lives are doing so , for the benefit of the controlling and ruling classes, and to keep the arms trade strong. The arms trade is simply a design to cream off the nations cash for the benefit of the arms dealers.[/p][/quote]It's a great pity the education fund ran out before it reached you, really, isn't it? Chris P Bacon
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6:26pm Sun 11 Nov 12

coates warder says...

2 for 5p wrote:
Open question:
What do you think the implications are for the everyday run of the mill working class man,of another country invading the UK.

I personally think very little these soldiers who sacrifice there lives are doing so , for the benefit of the controlling and ruling classes, and to keep the arms trade strong.
The arms trade is simply a design to cream off the nations cash for the benefit of the arms dealers.
you cant make this up.....you think very little about these soldiers....this quote alone tells me who you are what you are and where you come from.you dont like it sling your hook.this country will stand up to dictators or countries that threaten other countries or this country to give idiots like you a safe place to live in.nowt to do with arms.you dont fight wars with harsh words or name calling.
[quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: Open question: What do you think the implications are for the everyday run of the mill working class man,of another country invading the UK. I personally think very little these soldiers who sacrifice there lives are doing so , for the benefit of the controlling and ruling classes, and to keep the arms trade strong. The arms trade is simply a design to cream off the nations cash for the benefit of the arms dealers.[/p][/quote]you cant make this up.....you think very little about these soldiers....this quote alone tells me who you are what you are and where you come from.you dont like it sling your hook.this country will stand up to dictators or countries that threaten other countries or this country to give idiots like you a safe place to live in.nowt to do with arms.you dont fight wars with harsh words or name calling. coates warder
  • Score: -1

3:36pm Mon 12 Nov 12

2 for 5p says...

coates warder wrote:
2 for 5p wrote:
Open question:
What do you think the implications are for the everyday run of the mill working class man,of another country invading the UK.

I personally think very little these soldiers who sacrifice there lives are doing so , for the benefit of the controlling and ruling classes, and to keep the arms trade strong.
The arms trade is simply a design to cream off the nations cash for the benefit of the arms dealers.
you cant make this up.....you think very little about these soldiers....this quote alone tells me who you are what you are and where you come from.you dont like it sling your hook.this country will stand up to dictators or countries that threaten other countries or this country to give idiots like you a safe place to live in.nowt to do with arms.you dont fight wars with harsh words or name calling.
Ok what am I were do I come
from you tell me
Chicken
[quote][p][bold]coates warder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: Open question: What do you think the implications are for the everyday run of the mill working class man,of another country invading the UK. I personally think very little these soldiers who sacrifice there lives are doing so , for the benefit of the controlling and ruling classes, and to keep the arms trade strong. The arms trade is simply a design to cream off the nations cash for the benefit of the arms dealers.[/p][/quote]you cant make this up.....you think very little about these soldiers....this quote alone tells me who you are what you are and where you come from.you dont like it sling your hook.this country will stand up to dictators or countries that threaten other countries or this country to give idiots like you a safe place to live in.nowt to do with arms.you dont fight wars with harsh words or name calling.[/p][/quote]Ok what am I were do I come from you tell me Chicken 2 for 5p
  • Score: 0

3:39pm Mon 12 Nov 12

2 for 5p says...

coates warder wrote:
2 for 5p wrote:
Open question:
What do you think the implications are for the everyday run of the mill working class man,of another country invading the UK.

I personally think very little these soldiers who sacrifice there lives are doing so , for the benefit of the controlling and ruling classes, and to keep the arms trade strong.
The arms trade is simply a design to cream off the nations cash for the benefit of the arms dealers.
you cant make this up.....you think very little about these soldiers....this quote alone tells me who you are what you are and where you come from.you dont like it sling your hook.this country will stand up to dictators or countries that threaten other countries or this country to give idiots like you a safe place to live in.nowt to do with arms.you dont fight wars with harsh words or name calling.
Ok what am I were do I come
from you tell me
Chicken
[quote][p][bold]coates warder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: Open question: What do you think the implications are for the everyday run of the mill working class man,of another country invading the UK. I personally think very little these soldiers who sacrifice there lives are doing so , for the benefit of the controlling and ruling classes, and to keep the arms trade strong. The arms trade is simply a design to cream off the nations cash for the benefit of the arms dealers.[/p][/quote]you cant make this up.....you think very little about these soldiers....this quote alone tells me who you are what you are and where you come from.you dont like it sling your hook.this country will stand up to dictators or countries that threaten other countries or this country to give idiots like you a safe place to live in.nowt to do with arms.you dont fight wars with harsh words or name calling.[/p][/quote]Ok what am I were do I come from you tell me Chicken 2 for 5p
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