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Remembrance in Norfolk - Armistice Day events in our region on Sunday

PUBLISHED: 16:51 10 November 2017 | UPDATED: 16:59 10 November 2017

Wreaths and crosses laid at Northgate High School. Picture: Ian Burt

Wreaths and crosses laid at Northgate High School. Picture: Ian Burt

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These are just some of the many Remembrance Day events, held in Norfolk on Sunday, November 12.

• Attleborough, at the war memorial, at 10.50am.

• Beccles, war memorial at 1.45pm, service at St Michael’s Church, at 2.45pm.

• Bungay, a service at St Mary’s Church, at 2pm.

• Cromer, parade at 2.50pm, parish church service, at 3pm.

• Diss, a parade from United Reformed Church, at 2pm, then a service at St Mary’s.

• Downham Market, parade from the town hall, at 2.15pm.

• Great Yarmouth, at St George’s Park, at 10.55am.

• Hunstanton, parade from the United Services Club to the war memorial, at 10am.

• Holt, a service at the Methodist Church, at 10.30am.

• King’s Lynn, parade from the town hall to the tower gardens, at 11am.

•Lowestoft, at the Royal Plain, at 10.40am.

• Norwich, war memorial at 10.40am, service at Norwich Cathedral, at 11.40am.

• Thetford, at the Market Place, at 10.30am.

• Wymondham, a parade to the war memorial for 2.30pm, then a service at the Abbey.

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