Remembrance Day Ceremonies in the Cowichan Valley

Charity volunteers will not be invited to march past the Cenotaph alongside veterans this year unless they served in the military or lost a family member

Charity volunteers will not be invited to march past the Cenotaph alongside veterans this year unless they served in the military or lost a family member

Remembrance parades and services will be taking place across our area this Sunday (November 10) - and here are all the details you need to know.

Amherstburg is holding both a parade and ceremony for its veterans. A wreath laying ceremony and a service will take place from 10.50am.

In Alford, the Remembrance Sunday parade will leave from the Safelincs auto park in West Street at 9.40 am. It will travel to the cenotaph in King's Navy Yard Park.

Everyone is welcome to meet at the Malahat Legion Branch 134 for refreshments and there will be live entertainment from 12:30 to 3:30 pm.

The Royal British Legion Remembrance parade will set off from the Market Place in Oakham at 2pm on Sunday.

In Galt, a march will begin at 10:15 a.m.at the Legion branch at 4 Veterans Way.

A ceremony will follow at the Kitchener Cenotaph, which is located at the intersection of Frederick and Duke streets.

Leamington is holding its Remembrance Day Ceremony at the cenotaph at the corner of Mill Street and Princess Avenue.

This poignant display at Looe's war memorial was created by RBL members Karol Nachullo and David Massey.

It will move to the Cenotaph located at 100 Regina St. S. where a ceremony will get underway at 10:30 a.m. A service will follow at the Cenotaph in Queen's Square.

The Town of Tecumseh held its annual ceremony last weekend, on November 2.

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