The Mayor of Chelmsford, Councillor Linda Mascot, will join veterans and members of the public to pay respect to those currently serving in the Armed Forces, as well as those who gave their lives for our country in historic conflicts.
The Very Rev'd Paul Kennington wil conduct the service.
A two-minute silence, marked by the firing of the maroons, will be observed at 11am on both Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 November.
Councillor Linda Mascot, Mayor of Chelmsford said: "This year we once again mark Remembrance Day in Chelmsford with our traditional service and parade. We remember those who have sacrificed their lives in war and those who continue to serve our country today. From the very small to the exceptional, the sacrifices made by service personnel and their families are felt each and every day of their lives.
"By supporting this year's Poppy Appeal, we acknowledge and honour these acts of sacrifice and thank those who have served our country. I encourage Chelmsford's residents to wear your now plastic-free poppies with pride and join us for Remembrance Sunday 2023."
For Chelmsford, this year's Remembrance Sunday Parade and Service will take place on Sunday 12th November at the Duke Street War Memorial. The parade and service will start at 10.55am.
First Bus are offering free bus travel to the Armed Forces community, serving troops, veterans, and cadets on Remembrance weekend (Saturday 11 November and Sunday 12 November).
Join local willow artist Deb Hart – creator of the VE Day tanks and Queen’s Platinum Jubilee crown - and Jo Sylvester as they take you through a three-hour wreath making workshop using the very best materials.