Updated: Nov 7, 2022
The month of November starts with Remembrance Sunday and the Army Flying Museum is hosting a special evening of Remembrance on Friday 11 November at 7pm, with a collection of songs and poems from the Middle Wallop and Andover Military Wives Choir, tickets are already limited. To find out more visit Events | The Army Flying Museum .
On Sunday 13 November, veterans, troops and uniformed groups are set to take part in a Remembrance Sunday Parade in Andover, to honour our servicemen and women.
It’s part of a morning of events, which will allow the public to pay their respects to those who served in battle and made the ultimate sacrifice.
The parade will begin at Bridge Street towards Winchester Street, onto Eastern Avenue and to St Mary’s Church for an indoor service at 10am, led by Rev’d Chris Bradish.
Following this, at 10.45am, there will be a special service held in the Garden of Remembrance. Then following the end of the act of remembrance, dignitaries will travel to Eastern Avenue to salute the return parade.
The Garden of Remembrance in the Chantry Centre, Andover offers members of the public the opportunity to pay their respects and commemorate those who served in battle and those who continue to serve. By visiting the garden, people can choose to lay a poppy or simply pause for a moment of reflection. The garden will be open during the centre's normal opening hours.
At the beautiful historic Romsey Abbey there is a Remembrance Service on Sunday 13 November at 9.30am.