Nuneaton Remembrance Day

.© Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council and the Remembrance Parade Committee. 2012       Photos ©Paul Hincks and used with permission

Honouring the Fallen since 1920

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Parade leaves from Coventry Street to Riversley Park

Civic Party leaves Town Hall for Riversley Park

2 minute silence

Padre commences Service



Wreath Laying

Exhortation and Kohima Epitaph


Prayers, Reading, Blessing
National Anthem



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The Nuneaton Remembrance Day Parade and Service is held on the Sunday nearest to the 11th November (Armistice Day) each year.  It is held in Riversley Park and commences with a parade from the town centre  to the park.  It is one of the largest Remembrance Parades in Warwickshire, and with the spectators there are usually 5000+ people in the park.

At the end of the service the parade marches back to the town centre and the Civic Party takes the salute on the steps of the Town Hall.

Nuneaton Remembrance Parade

Honouring the Fallen since 1920

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Carried by an Honour Guard consisting of representative cadets from the Navy (TS Vanquisher), The Army Cadet Force (Nuneaton Platoon) and the Air Force (121 Nuneaton Squadron ATC).

Contains the names of all the borough’s fallen since 1918

The Book of the Fallen

The Salvation Army Band leave before the main parade and entertain the crowds in the park whilst waiting the arrival of the main parade.  They also provide the music for the hymns and National Anthem.

The “Sallies” play for the crowds in the park prior to the arrival of the Parade

The Salvation Army

10:55 hrs

Remembrance Books escorted

to the Memorial

The Battle of Britain Drumhead Service
takes place on September 20th 2020 at the Oaston Road Cemetery(CV11 6JZ) commencing 14:00hrs.
All welcome.

The Nuneaton Remembrance Parade and Service will not be held on Sunday 8th  November 2020 in Riversley Park due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Due to the new restrictions announced today (01.11.20) the Remembrance Service has been cancelled.
We suggest the general public should follow the Royal British Legion’s  advice and celebrate Remembrance in your own home.

Hopefully next year will see the return of the Nuneaton Remembrance in all its glory.
Stay Safe.