Remembrance Sunday

Remembrance Day 8th November 2020

Due to the current restrictions on events and following the latest Welsh Government guidance during the Covid 19 pandemic, the usual Remembrance Day parade and wreath laying service will not take place.

 There will be a small 'by invitation only' service with members of the public not permitted to attend.

Memorial Statue at night

Remembrance Sunday 10th November 2019

The Community Council organises the Annual Remembrance Sunday Service at the Hawarden War Memorial on behalf of the Hawarden and Ewloe Royal British Legion.

This year's Service will be held on Sunday 10th November 2019. 

The Service will be preceded by a parade from the Gladstone Playing Fields Car Park to the Hawarden Memorial. The Parade will assemble at Gladstone Playing Fields Car Park at 10.30am and commence at 10.40am, arriving at the Hawarden Memorial at 10.50am, where the Service and Wreath Laying will take place.

Poppy Wreath

Remembrance Day 11th November 2018

Hawarden Community Council and Broughton and Bretton Community Council will be taking part in the “Battle’s Over – A Nation’s Tribute” – an event which will take place at the Gladstone Playing Fields on the evening of 11th November 2018. At 6.55 p.m. the Last Post will be played locally and across the country. At 7.00 p.m. WWII Beacons will be lit across the nation and at 7.05 p.m. the Church Bells at St. Deiniols and St. Marys Church will ring out along with other churches across the nation.

Guests are requested to attend by no later than 6.30pm.

Additional car parking will be available in Hawarden High School, across the road from Gladstone Playing Fields.

Centenary Statue