Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Lloyd will join thousands across Greater Manchester paying their respects this Remembrance Sunday.
Tony will join the Mayor of Stockport, councillors, Stockport Divisional Commander Chief Superintendent Chris Sykes and local people at Stockport War Memorial for the service and two-minute silence. He will also lay a wreath.
Tony said: “Remembrance Day is a time for Greater Manchester, and the nation, to come together and remember the men and women, and their families, who have sacrificed so much for our freedom. It’s a day to reflect on the past and the present and it will be an honour to stand with the people of Stockport to mark this solemn day and pay my respects.”
Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner Jim Battle will attend the service and lay a wreath at Droylsden war memorial along with Tameside Council Leader Cllr Kieran Quinn, local councillors and residents.
“Remembrance Day is as important as ever as we remember those who gave their lives in the past and those who serve today,” said Jim. “I’m proud to stand and fall silent with the community of Droylsden this Sunday and I encourage people across Greater Manchester to also pay their respects by attending a ceremony or supporting the Royal British Legion by wearing a poppy.”
Stockport – Civic Procession from the Town Hall to the War Memorial 10.50am followed by a two minutes silence at 11am, before the service and wreath laying.
Droylsden – The parade will leave Greenside Lane car park at 10.15am and will proceed to Droylsden war memorial for Service and wreath-laying at 10.45am.
Tony and Jim will also attend the Greater Manchester Police Remembrance Day Service at Sedgley Park on Monday 11 November.
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