WORTHING will remember the victims of the two World Wars with a memorial service and a remembrance parade.
On Friday (November 11) at 11am, a short event will be held at the war memorial outside the Town Hall in Chapel Road, featuring Royal British Legion flag bearers and a short prayer from the mayor’s chaplain.
On Sunday, November 13, the annual Remembrance Service and march past will also take place at the war memorial in Chapel Road.
Two minutes’ silence will start on the first stroke of the Town Hall clock at 11am, after which a service will be held by the mayor’s chaplain.
Mayor Ann Barlow and the high sheriff of West Sussex, David Tupper, will then lay wreaths for the fallen and take the salute at the march past in front of the Town Hall.
Music for the event will be provided by Worthing’s Salvation Army citadel band.