Salisbury will tomorrow remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country, marking Remembrance Sunday in the city.

It is the first time these kind of commemorations will be held in person since before the pandemic.

The poppy flag was raised at the Guildhall earlier this week to "commemorate those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country".

Salisbury's Annual Remembrance Sunday Service will take place at the war memorial in Guildhall Square tomorrow (Sunday, November 14) from 11am.

The ceremony will be led by the Salisbury Branch of the Royal British Legion and supported by Salisbury City Council.

Everyone will gather at the War Memorial for the two-minute silence at 11am, followed by prayers.

Following this, the parade will march along New Canal, where Deputy Lieutenant Minette Batters accompanied by the Mayor Cllr Caroline Corbin, will take the salute.

The parade will then head to St Thomas’ Church, St Thomas' Square, for the Sunday Service at 11.40am.

All are welcome to attend.

The Civic Party will then proceed back to the Guildhall via St Thomas’ Square.

For more information, and to view the Order of Service, visit the council's website by clicking here.

Road closures

To ensure crowd safety, a number of roads will be closed on Remembrance Sunday.

To see the list, click here: Remembrance Sunday parade: Salisbury roads closed tomorrow

Traffic diversions will be in place.

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