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This year, Remembrance Sunday falls on November 14th and will once again be an opportunity for the people of Petersfield to say a heartfelt thanks to those who made the ultimate sacrifice. An assembly of uniformed organisations will gather at Swan Street Car Park at 09:45am ready to march to the square at 10:10 with the open-air service beginning approximately 10 minutes later. The parade will include the Petersfield Branch of the Royal British Legion, the Combined Cadet Forces of Churchers College and The Petersfield School, The Petersfield Air Training Corps, Members of the local Scouts and Guides and other organizations. On completion of the open-air service in the Square, the parade will proceed to the War Memorial in the High Street where there will be the sounding of the last post, the two minutes’ silence, the laying of wreaths and the roll of honor listing all those from Petersfield who have died in wars since 1914 will be read out.


Petersfield Town Council (PTC), with the support of the Petersfield Branch of the Royal British Legion and Churcher’s College, are planning a single event which will incorporate 4 occasions which are notable this year. This event is due to take place from 10:45 on the 11th November through until 11:45 and will take place at the War Memorial as per the normal Armistice Day services and then at the Town Hall. This is not considered a major public event and would ask for those who are not involved to view from a safe distance should they wish to do so. We may be dependent on any national restrictions on gatherings so it may be that PTC will need to reduce the attendance and activities as required thus negating any further postponement. In addition, we would not wish to overshadow the Town’s signature Annual Event of Remembrance Sunday.

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100 Years

War Memorial

100 Years

Petersfield War Memorial Marks its 100 year anniversary

100 Years

Royal British Legion

100 Years

100 Year anniversary of the Royal British Legion and the award of a 100-year pennant to the Petersfield Branch

Allies Stone

Allies Stone

The dedication of the ‘Thanks to the Allies’ stone which was laid in the 75th anniversary year (2020) of the end of WW2.

Armed Forces Covenant

Armed Forces Covenant

The formal signing of the Armed Forces Covenant by PTC Mayor Cllr Phil Shaw.
Photo Credit to Winton Players from their play Birdsong at Petersfield Festival Hall.

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Local resident Beth Svarovska of the Petersfield Soceity, organises several litter picks during the year and one of these happens in the run up to Remembrance.

If you are interested in taking part please contact Beth Svarovska 07503 655870.

2 Replies to “Remembrance Parade & Service 2021”

  1. My partner is an army veteran, can he parade at the petersfield parade? If yes, please advise how and what to do henceforth to enable this.

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