Lincolnshire

Your guide to Remembrance Day events across Lincolnshire

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Lest we forget. Remembrance Day commemorates soldiers who lost their lives defending our country.

Remembrance Sunday, which is on November 13, marks the day World War One ended.

At 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month, back in 1918, the Great War came to an end.

Here are just some of the Remembrance Day events across Lincolnshire:


Grantham

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Opening of the Garden of Remembrance

  • When: Sunday, November 6, 11.30am
  • Where: St Peter’s Hill

Remembrance service

  • When: Wednesday, November 9, 11am
  • Where: The Memorial, Grantham Cemetery

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Two minutes silence

  • When: Friday, November 11, 11am
  • Where: St Peter’s Hill

Remembrance Day parade

  • When: Sunday, November 13, 10.20am
  • Where: Parade starts from Grantham Bus Station

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Remembrance Day service

  • When: Sunday, November 13, 10.55am
  • Where: St Wulfram’s Church

A wreath laying ceremony will take place after the service. The parade will then reform and a march past will take place on St Peters Hill with a salute to those on the dais.


New Waltham

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  • When: Sunday, November 13, 10am-1pm
  • Where: Peaks Avenue War Memorial, New Waltham

Healing

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  • When: Sunday, November 13, 10am-1pm
  • Where: Low Road War Memorial, Healing

Laceby

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  • When: Sunday, November 13, 10am-12pm
  • Where: Cemetery Road Cenotaph, Laceby

Immingham

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  • When: Sunday, November 13, 10am-12pm
  • Where: Pelham Road War Memorial, Immingham

Cleethorpes

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  • When: Sunday, November 13, 8am-2pm
  • Where: St. Peter’s Church and the Remembrance Gate, Cleethorpes

Grimsby

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  • When: Sunday, November 13, 8am-2pm
  • Where: Nuns Corner Cenotaph, Grimsby

Lincoln

Photo: Stefan Pidluznyj for Lincolnshire Reporter

Photo: Stefan Pidluznyj for Lincolnshire Reporter

Armistice Day Service

  • When: Friday, November 11, 10.30am
  • Where: Lincoln High Street War Memorial

Remembrance Service

  • When: Friday, November 11, 1pm
  • Where: Newport Cemetery, Lincoln
Photo: Steve Smailes for Lincolnshire Reporter

Photo: Steve Smailes for Lincolnshire Reporter

Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Band Concert in aid of Poppy Appeal

  • When: Friday, November 11, 7pm
  • Where: Lincoln Christ’s Hospital School, Wragby Road

City of Lincoln Act of Remembrance

  • When: Saturday, November 12, 10.30am
  • Where: Lincoln High Street War Memorial
Remembrance Service November 11. Photo: Steve Smailes

Remembrance Service November 11. Photo: Steve Smailes

Remembrance Sunday Service

  • When: Sunday, November 13, 10.30am
  • Where: Lincoln Cathedral

Guided Tour: International Bomber Command Centre

  • When: Sunday, November 13, 10.30pm-3.30pm
  • Where: International Bomber Command Centre

There will be no service, however people will be able to place poppies, have guided tours and meet the archive team.


Stamford

Photo: Stamford Air Cadets

Photo: Stamford Air Cadets

Remembrance Day parade

  • When: Sunday, November 13, 11am-1pm
  • Where: Broad Street, Stamford

Gainsborough

Photo: Steve Smailes

Photo: Steve Smailes

Remembrance service

  • When: Friday, November 11, 10.30am
  • Where: Parish Church of All Saints

Skegness

Photo: Emily Norton

Photo: Emily Norton

Remembrance Day parade

  • When: Sunday, November 13, 10.30am
  • Where: Richmond Drive Coach Park, Skegness

The march will from the bus station, and will go along Lumley road to St Matthews Church, where a service will be held at 10.45am.


Do you know of any other Remembrance Day events around Lincolnshire? Tell us about them by emailing news@lincolnshirereporter.co.uk.