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Remembrance Sunday in Charnwood

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Remembrance Sunday is on Sunday November 10 and there will be a series of services, parades and commemorations across the borough to mark this important day.

The borough’s main event is in Loughborough town centre where around 5,000 people will join the Remembrance Sunday Service and parade around the town.

The parade, organised by the Royal British Legion, will start at 10.20am from the Market Place and includes serving and ex-service personnel from more than 25 local uniformed organisations.

The Remembrance Service will be held at the Carillon Tower; Queen’s Park, at 10.45am led by Reverend Wendy Dalrymple, Chaplain, Royal British Legion, Loughborough Branch. Please note that the weather could be temperamental, and the grounds are likely to be wet. Appropriate footwear is advised.

In order to prevent a build-up people trying to access Queens Park through the New Street gates following the parade, the gates will be closed at 10.30am to the general public to enable the Civic Party and Community wreath layers to process into the park. It is advisable for the public to access the park through other gates on Granby Street, or Browns Lane.

Details of the various road closures for Remembrance Sunday, Loughborough Fair and other events are available on the road closures and restrictions for major events in Loughborough webpage.

Similarly, many parishes across the borough are also holding events on the day, several of which will also require temporary road closures to ensure the safety of those taking part.

These parishes include:

  • Anstey
  • Barrow-upon-Soar
  • Birstall
  • East Goscote
  • Mountsorrel
  • Queniborough
  • Quorn
  • Rothley
  • Shepshed
  • Swithland
  • Syston - not on the list below but details can be found on the Syston Town Council website.
  • Thurmaston
  • Woodhouse
  • Woodhouse Eaves
  • Wymeswold

See the table below for the full list of roads closed for village parades:

Location and Timings

Roads affected



10.15 am – 11.00 am

Parade starts at Anstey Martin School

Finishes at War Memorial Stadon Road

Link Road

Hollow Road

Stadon Road

 Anstey Royal British Legion

Barrow upon Soar

9.00 am -9.45 am

Parade from War Memorial and finishes at Holy Trinity Church

10.30 am - 11.45 am

Parade starts at Holy Trinity Church to War Memorial

Melton Road

1) Beveridge Street

    Church Street 

2) Church Street

    High Street

    South Street

    Melton Road

    War Memorial

3) War Memorial

    Beveridge Street


Barrow upon Soar Parish Council


10.00 am – 12 noon

Parade at Church Hill and finishes at the War Memorial

Front Street

Birstall Road from junction with Front Street

Church Hill 

Birstall Royal British Legion

East Goscote

09.45 am – 10.30 am

Rolling parade from Long Furrow (assembles at The Warren) on to St Hilda’s Church,  Ling Dale

The Warren

Long Furrow

Ling Dale

Also affects the following:

Cul-de-sacs accessed via Long Furrow and Ling Dale.

Tinker Dell

Squires Ride

Yeomans Dale

Bracken Dale

Ling Dale

Wayfever Drive

Foxglove Close

East Goscote Scouts and Guides


2.15 pm -3.00 pm

Parade starts at The Green and finishes at St Peters Church

3.45 pm – 4.30 pm

Parade starts at St Peters Church and finishes at The Green.

1) The Green

    Leicester Road


    Market Place

2) Market Place


    Leicester Road

    The Green

Mountsorrel Royal British Legion


10.00 am - Road closed

10.15 am - Service at War Memorial

10.30 am - Road reopens

Main Street, Queniborough


Croxton Road, Queniborough

Queniborough British Legion


10.00 am – 11.15 am

Parade starts at St Bartholomew’s Church to War Memorial

11.15am – 11.30 am

Service at War Memorial

Station Road

High Street

Meeting Street

Leicester road

Quorn Royal British Legion


11.30 am – 11.50 am

Parade starts at Rothley Centre, proceed via Mountsorrel Lane to Cross Green

Mountsorrel Lane

Cross Green

Churches Together in Rothley


2.40 pm - 3.15 pm

Parade starts at Shepshed Town Council Offices then onto the War Memorial

Lambert Avenue

Charnwood Road

Field Street /Britannia Street

Bull Ring

Field Street

Shepshed Town Council


10.45 am – 11.10 am

Static Service at the War Memorial Main Street

Main Street (so much of it as is needed to be closed for  the service, at the War Memorial including its junction with Leicester Lane)

Swithland, St Leonard’s Church PCC


10.30 am -10.55 am

Parade starts at The Scout Hall to the War Memorial 

Closure for Static Service and parade to St Michael and All Angels Church

11.10 am – 11:35 am

Parade starts at the War Memorial and finishes at Royal British Legion Hall Car Park at 613 Melton Road

1) Unicorn Street 

Melton Road

Affected side rides

  • Harrison Street
  • Wharf Street
  • Forest Avenue
  • Mill Lane
  • Hadrian Road
  • White Hall Close
  • Church Lane

2) War Memorial to Melton Road

  • Lee Close
  • Brook Street
  • Assured Drive
  • Bridge Park Road
  • Wheatleys Road

Thurmaston Royal British Legion

Woodhouse Eaves

10.10 am – 10.30 am

Closure for Scout March

11.10 am – 11.30 am

Static plus return march


11.25 am – 11.50 am

Static event at War Memorial

Main Street

Church Hill

Brand Hill

Church Hill, Woodhouse Eaves

School Lane/Brand Lane

Diversion route shared with Woodhouse Eaves

 Woodhouse Parish Council


10.30 am - 10.50 am

Parade starts at the Scout Hut to St Mary’s Church

11.45 – 12.30pm

Parade returns (shorter route)

 Burton Lane

 Hoton Road,

 London Lane

 Far Street

 The Stockwell

 The Stockwell

 Brook Street

 Clay Street

1st Wolds Scout Group

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Last updated: Thu 7th November, 2019 @ 11:35