KNUTSFORD is preparing to pay tribute to the town’s fallen heroes.

Crowds are expected to gather for annual Remembrance Sunday services.

Knutsford Town Council and the Royal British Legion invite the community to join them on Sunday, November 12.

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The parade will leave King Street Car Park at 9am and process to St John’s Church for a service starting at 9.30am.

Civic dignitaries and organisations will lay wreaths at the Centennial War Memorial at 10.45am.

Armistice Day will be observed with a two-minute silence at 11am.

A service will be held at Crosstown War Memorial at the junction of Mobberley Road and Thorneyholme Drive at 11.45am.

This will be followed by a similar service and wreath laying at Tatton Park Parachute Memorial at 1pm.

Town clerk Adam Keppel-Green said: “The whole community is welcome to join any or all parts of the day.

“The principal wreath laying will take place at the Centennial War Memorial.”

Refreshments will be served afterwards at the council offices on Toft Road.

Any organisations wishing to lay a wreath are asked to contact Gemma Jackson, civic events officer in advance by emailing