Corby invited to join together to remember brave soldiers

Release Date: 
Tuesday, October 22, 2019 - 15:30

The Mayor of Corby, Cllr Ray Beeby, will attend the annual Remembrance Day Parade and service on Sunday 10th November in honour of those who fought and died for our country.

The parade will leave from St. Mark’s Road, Corby at 10.20am and will lead to the War Memorial in the Corby Old Village where the Mayor will lay a wreath on behalf of the people of Corby in commemoration of our fallen soldiers.

Corby Borough Council will also hold a two minute silence on Monday 11th November outside the Corby Cube on James Ashworth Square at 11am. The Mayor will be joined by the Royal British Legion who will lead the silence and all residents and visitors are invited to join.

The Mayor of Corby, Cllr Ray Beeby, said:

‘We would like to invite all residents to join us in both the 2 minute silence and the remembrance service to show our respect to the brave men and women that have selflessly died for our country. They have made the ultimate sacrifice for which we will be forever grateful and proud to commemorate their lives’.

More Information: 

For press enquries please contact: Megan Gourlay, Corby Borough Council
Telephone: 01536 464022 Mobile: 07568 590 324
Email megan.gourlay@corby.gov.uk

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Last updated: Thursday 24th October 2019 11:08:48 AM
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