Remembrance Sunday

Posted on: Friday 4 November 2022
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Remembrance Sunday is an important date in the nation's annual calendar, and this year takes place on 13 November 2022.

It presents an opportunity to remember the Armed Forces, and their families, from Britain and the Commonwealth, for the sacrifices made to defend our freedoms and protect our way of life.

It’s also a chance to reflect on the vital role played by the emergency services and those who have lost their lives as a result of conflict or terrorism.

In remembrance, a series of parades will take place across the county borough, which include:


10.40am       Parade from the Top Car Park, marching via Broad Street and Ivor Street to the Cenotaph.

11.00am       Wreath laying and service at the Cenotaph.


10.30am       Parade assembles in car park at the rear of Natale’s Barbers & Son off Wesley Street.

10.35am       Parade will form up on Wesley Road.  Parade will move off down Wesley Road onto Cocker Avenue, halting at the lights before Henllys Way. Parade will                                 fall out for marchers to enter the Cwmbran Park.

10:50am       Service of Remembrance at Cwmbran Park.

11.15am       Parade will reform up on Cocker Avenue, returning to Wesley Road


10.00am       Parade assembles at St Mary’s Church Hall, The Highway, New Inn.

10.10am       Parade moves off to St Mary’s Church.

10.30am       Church Service at St Mary’s.

11.20am       Parade returns to St Mary’s Church Hall.


10.15am       Parade assembles.

10.30am       Parade from Pontnewydd Royal British Legion Club, Station Road, Pontnewydd for wreath laying ceremony and service at the Cenotaph.  A two-minute                                 silence will be observed at 11.00am.


11.45am       Parade assembles on Commercial Street, Pontypool Town Centre.

12.00noon    Parade moves from assembly point to Memorial Gates, Pontypool for service and wreath laying ceremony; return via Clarence Roundabout.

Road closures will be in operation for a period of 30 minutes before and after the parades finish.

A full list of services taking place on the day can be found on the Torfaen Council website

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