Sunday 11 November 2018, commencing at the War Memorial in Jubilee Square, Woking, at 10.35am, concluding with a Two-Minute Silence and laying of wreaths.
Singers from local choirs and choral groups will form a combined choir for the singing of hymns and the National Anthem.
Following the conclusion of the Service, uniformed units and organisations will march past the Mayor and Members of the Civic Procession in Church Street East.
All are welcome to attend, whether as members of the services, pre-service, ex-service units, civilian organisations or individuals. A limited number of seats will be available on request for visitors wishing to sit during the service.
Anyone wishing to lay wreaths should make themselves known to the Wreath Announcer, who will be located in Jubilee Square, by 10am to ensure they can join the Wreath Laying Group in Jubilee Square.
Organisations wishing to join the parade are asked to assemble outside H.G. Wells Conference and Events Centre, Church Street East not later than 9.50am.
The parade will leave at 10.15am and march to the War Memorial to be in position by 10.30am.
A road closure will be in place in Church Street East from 8am to 12noon.
A Field in Woking
The Woking Library Poppy Project called on local residents to make enough hand-made poppies to represent every person whose name was engraved on a war memorial in Woking Borough. 750 poppies were required and the response was wonderful, not just from individuals but from many community groups, schools, scouts, guides, brownies, cubs, local Women’s Institutes, churches and craft groups. The poppies are now displayed along the windows in the library in Gloucester Walk in Woking Town Centre.
The library is open Monday to Saturday from 9.30am. So do come along and see the poppies. On Remembrance Sunday, 11 November, the library will open specially to welcome visitors to view the poppies from 10.00am – 1.00pm.