Events & Parades

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Holland Trip 2020
1944 Alliance Normandy- Market Garden, 1st to 7th May 2021 for the 75th anniversary of VE and the liberation of Holland, VE75 staying at the Van der Valk hotel.
Postponed to May 2021
1944 Alliance Normandy-Market Garden annual act of remembrance at the Normandy campaign memorial
NMA Alrewas to commemorate the “D” day landings Normandy 1944
Saturday 6th June 2020
Sunday 6th June 2021
http://www.thenma.org.uk/events
Weymouth Armed Forces
Weymouth Armed Forces / Veterans Celebrations, cancelled till 2021
Saturday 19th June 2021
Sunday 20th June 2021
Monday 21st June 2021
Armed Forces W/E
Show your support for our country’s Armed Forces during Armed Forces Weekend at the National Memorial Arboretum
Saturday 26th June 2021
Sunday 27th June 2021
CANCELLED till 2021
http://www.thenma.org.uk/events
National Service Veterans Association annual service
National Service Veterans Association annual service and act of remembrance at their NSVA memorial for men conscripted into the armed forces to do their National service 1939-1960
Sunday 28th June 2020
Sunday 27th June 2021
CANCELLED till 2021
FBESA meeting at the Strathallan HotelCancelled and future meetings will be reviewed in line with government guidlines
FBESA meeting at the Strathallan Hotel
Cancelled and future meetings will be reviewed in line with government guidlines
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Birmingham’s annual Remembrance Sunday service will look very different this year, due to the ongoing impact of the pandemic.

While there will be no public event in the city centre, people looking to remember the fallen will be able to watch a live-streamed Service of Remembrance from Birmingham Cathedral (St Philip’s) on 8th November at 10:45am.

The service, for a small group of invited guests, will be significantly scaled back with far fewer official participants to ensure it can take place safely.

This means there will be no service or military parade on Colmore Row, so instead people are being urged to carry out their own acts of remembrance at home or school – and to share online using hashtag #BhamRemembers.

Individuals and organisations that wish to have a wreath laid at the Hall of Memory on Sunday 8th November can deliver them to the Council House (Gatehouse entrance) between Monday 2nd November and Friday 6th November and they will be laid on their behalf.