Members of the armed forces are set to be honoured during Remembrance Sunday commemorations in Brentwood.

The town's annual Remembrance parade and service will take place on Sunday November 12. starting at the town hall.

The salute will be taken by Graham Clegg, Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Essex, Gareth Barrett, Mayor of Brentwood, and Brian Kitchener, President of Brentwood's Royal British Legion.

Cllr Barrett said: “It really is an honour to be part of this annual parade that is so well supported and respected in Brentwood.

"I hope people will join us for the Remembrance Day parade which is also a chance for everyone to have a moment of reflection to remember their own family members and friends who have served.”

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The parade will start from Brentwood Town Hall at 10.35am and march down Middleton Hall Lane towards the war memorial at the junction with Shenfield Road.

There, the laying of wreaths will take place and two minutes of silence will be observed.

It will continue along Shenfield Road, crossing the mini roundabouts at Wilsons Corner and onto St Thomas’ Church for a service.

The parade will include the Army, Navy, Airforce, Essex Police, scouts, guides and charities, and headed by Brentwood Imperial Youth Band.

There will be road closures around the parade route area from 10.15am, bus route diversions and High Street parking restrictions.