Alder Valley Brass lead Farnham’s formal Remembrance Sunday Parade, which was organised by the Royal British Legion, and took place on Sunday 8 November.
The Mayor of Farnham, Cllr Mrs Pat Frost and dignitaries processed from the Council Offices in South Street before assembling at the war memorial in Gostrey Meadow for a service at 10.45am.
Councillor Mrs Pat Frost, Mayor of Farnham said: “This is a very special and poignant day for many people. It is a day to remember all world conflicts in which our servicemen and women have served and given their lives. At 11am a two-minute silence was observed and Steve Burgess from Alder Valley Brass played the Last Post and Reveille.”
Once the two-minute silence had been observed, the Mayor, guests and members of the public laid wreaths in remembrance.
The service was followed by a parade which was lead by the band, which will include representatives of the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment which is based in Farnham, members of the armed forces, uniformed services, army, air and sea cadets and local scout and guide groups. The parade ended at St. Andrew’s church for a service at 11.30am.