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"They shall grow not old,
as we that are left grow old, 
Age shall not weary them,
nor the years condemn. 
At the going down of the sun,
and in the morning 
We will remember them.




sunday 12th november 2023

parade start point : market hill (north side), sudbury, co10 2en

Sudbury Remembrance Parade schedule:  

Parade form up: 1.40pm | March Off: 2.00pm

The Sudbury Branch of The Royal British Legion and Sudbury Town Council warmly invite you to Sudbury's Remembrance Sunday Parade 2023 taking place on Sunday 12th November.


The Parade will form up on the North side of the Market Hill to leave at 2.00 p.m. and be led by The Colchester Pipes and Drums to travel down Gainsborough Street into Gregory Street and finish at St Gregory's Church.

Following the Service Wreaths will be laid on both the British and American Memorials at The Croft.

The Parade will then form up to march along Croft Road into New Street, North Street and back to the Market Hill.

The Salute will be taken outside the Town Hall by the Deputy Lieutenant, Town Mayor and our Branch President. After the dismissal of the Parade refreshments will be served in the Town Hall.

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sudbury heritage centre
sudbury at war exhibit & roll of honour



During the First World War 236 men from Sudbury families joined the war effort and lost their lives, not always in action. Some died of disease, others in accidents. Just a few of their stories are told at the Sudbury Heritage Centre.


In the war years of 1939-1945 Sudbury men fought on land, in the air and at sea, in all the main theatres of war including the jungles of the Far East and the deserts of North Africa. The stories of some of the 60 who died in this conflict is told in a dedicted permanent display at The Heritage Centre.


A deserted airfield lies just to the east of Sudbury. For some eighteen months in 1944-45 this was ‘home’ to some 3,000 young American GIs of the 486th Bomber Group. B17 and B24 heavy bombers took off on missions into Occupied Europe. The story of the 486th Group is told at the Heritage Centre - dedicated to the memory of those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

Sudbury Heritage Centre, Town Hall

(Gaol Lane Entrance), Sudbury, CO10 1TL

Open: Monday - Saturday, Free Entry

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