Remembrance Sunday services will be taking place across the Altrincham area on November 12th.
Residents are invited to attend the services to remember the men and women who gave their lives in both world wars and in more recent conflicts.
The Leader of Trafford Council, Cllr Tom Ross, and the Mayor, Cllr Dolores O’Sullivan, will be attending services along with other civic dignitaries.
A spokesperson for Trafford Council said: “Remembrance Sunday gives us the opportunity to pay our respects to the men and women who have died or been injured serving the country. Services will be taking place across the borough and we are encouraging as many people as possible to attend.”
Here are all the local services:
Service starts 10:55am
Garden of Remembrance,
Dunham Road (opposite St Margaret’s Church)
All those attending the service are asked to assemble in the garden no later than 10.30am.
Service starts 10am
Bowdon Parish Church (St Mary’s)
Arrive by no later than 09:50am, the church service will commence at 10am, followed by a wreath laying memorial at 11am.
Service starts 3pm
War Memorial, Broomfield Lane / Ollerbarrow Road.
Parade leaves 2.30pm from St Peters Church, 233 Ashley Road, Hale, WA15 9SS.
Arrive by no later than 2:15pm – service starts at 3pm.
Service starts at 10am
All Saints Parish Church
Two Remembrance services (9.30am at Holy Cross on Park Road and 11am at Christ Church on Thorley Lane)
Followed by an act of remembrance at the outdoor memorial on Sunday 12th November, 3-4pm. The clergy will conduct the annual blessing of graves in the churchyard.