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Remembrance Services in Newbury, Thatcham, Hungerford, West Berkshire villages and North Hampshire this weekend

The district will honour those who made the ultimate sacrifice as Remembrance services are held this Sunday.

War memorials in towns and villages across West Berkshire and North Hampshire will see thousands gather and fall silent in remembrance.

This will include church services, wreath-layings, ceremonies and parades on Sunday, November 12, as well as some smaller services for Armistice Day on Saturday, November 11.

Newbury Remembrance 2022
Newbury Remembrance 2022

Below is a list of some of the services being held in the local area.

NEWBURY: Sunday, 10:30am: The parade will begin at Pelican Lane and march the length of Northbrook Street. The mayor will take the salute at Mansion House Street before the Service of Remembrance in Market Place. Wreaths will then be laid at the War Memorial on the way to St Nicolas Church.

THATCHAM: Sunday, 10:30am: The parade will start at the Kingsland Centre car park, loop around Thatcham Broadway and up the High Street to the War Memorial. The mayor and the Royal British Legion will lead the service. After the main wreath laying, the public will be invited to lay their own tributes. The parade will then continue to St Mary’s Church.

Saturday, 10:45am: A smaller service will be held by the Royal British Legion at the War Memorial.

HUNGERFORD: Sunday, 10:30am: The procession will form up outside the Town Hall before marching down Bridge Street.


Aldworth: Sunday, 10.50-11.50am, St Mary’s Church.

Aldermaston: Sunday, 10.50am, St Mary’s Church.

Ashampstead: Sunday, 10.50am-11.50am, St Clement’s Church.

Basildon: Sunday, 10:50am-11:45am. St Stephen’s Church.

Beenham: Sunday, 10.50am, St Mary’s Church.

Boxford: Sunday, 10.50am, War Memorial.

Bradfield: Sunday, 3pm, War Memorial.

Bradfield Southend: Sunday, 9.30am, St Peter’s Church.

Brightwalton: Friday, 10.40am, Year 6 from Brightwalton School at the War Memorial.

Brimpton: Saturday, 10.45am, two-minute silence at 11am, War Memorial.

Bucklebury: Sunday, 10.55am, St Mary’s Church.

Burghfield: Sunday, 9.45am-12.30pm, St Mary’s Church.

Chaddleworth: Sunday, 10.50am, War Memorial.

Chieveley:Sunday, 10.55am, St Mary’s Church.

Cold Ash: Sunday, 10.45am, St Mark’s Church.

East Garston: Saturday, 10.45am-11.45am, All Saints Church.

Englefield: Sunday, 10.30am, St Mark’s Church.

Frilsham: Sunday, 9.25am-10.25am, St Frideswides Church.

Great Shefford: Sunday, 9.30am, St Mary’s Church.

Hampstead Norreys: Sunday, 10.45am, St Mary the Virgin Church.

Hermitage: Sunday, 10.45am, Holy Trinity Church.

Midgham: Saturday, 6pm-7.30pm, St Matthew’s Church.

Mortimer: Sunday, 10.45am, War Memorial.

Padworth: Sunday, 8.45am, War Memorial and St John the Baptist Church.

Pangbourne: Sunday, 2.20pm, St James the Less Church.

Purley-on-Thames: Saturday, 3pm, St Mary’s Church. Sunday, 10.30am, St Mary’s Church.

Sulhamstead and Ufton Nervet: Sunday, 8.30am-11am, St Mary’s Church, RG7 4ED.

Stanford Dingley: Sunday, 10.55am, St Denys’ Church.

Theale: Sunday, 9.30am-11.10am, starting at Woodfield Way end of High Street.

Welford: Sunday, 10.40am, St Gregory’s Church.

West Woodhay: Sunday, 11.15am, St Lawrence’s Church.

Woolhampton: Sunday, 10.50am, St Peter’s Church.

Yattendon: Sunday, 10.45am, St Peter & St Paul’s Church.


Ashford Hill: Sunday, 10.50am, St Paul’s Church.

Ashmansworth: Sunday, 10.55am, Ashmansworth War Memorial.

Baughurst: Sunday, 10.30am, Heath End Village Hall.

Burghclere: Saturday, 10.45am, Sandham Memorial Chapel. Sunday, 10.50am, Burghclere War Memorial.

East End: Sunday, 10.55am, East End War Memorial.

Ecchinswell: Sunday, 9.15am, Ecchinswell War Memorial.

Headley: Sunday, 3.00pm, St Peter’s Church.

Highclere: Sunday, 10.50am, St Michael & All Angels Church.

Kingsclere: Sunday, 10:50am, St Mary’s Church.

Pamber Heath: Sunday, 11am, St Luke’s Church.

Silchester: Sunday, 9.30am, St Mary the Virgin Church.

Tadley: Sunday, 9.30am, St Mary’s Church. Sunday, 3pm. St Paul’s Church.

Woolton Hill: Sunday, 3.30pm. St Martin’s Church.

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