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On Sunday 14 November, Stevenage Mayor, council members, representatives from the Royal British Legion and other dignitaries will gather at the Bowling Green, in the High Street for the Remembrance Sunday Parade and Service.

The parade members will move from the Primett Road car park (behind the old Waitrose building) at 10:15am to the War Memorial on the Bowling Green. The Service of Remembrance will commence at 10:30am, with the laying of wreaths following immediately after the service.

Refreshments available outside Springfield House Community Centre at 10am prior to the Parade and Service (subject to weather conditions).

Road Closures

To make way for the Remembrance parade, the following roads will be closed between 8:30am and 12:30pm on Sunday 14 November.

  • High Street southbound between Lytton Way/North Road junction and north side of the High Street/Albert Street junction
  • Hitchin Road from its junction with Martins Way roundabout to its junction with Lytton Way
  • Walkern Road from its junction with Church Lane to its junction with High Street
  • Drapers Way

For further details contact the SBC events team 01438 242868 or email

COVID-19 information

Stevenage Borough Council will be following government guidelines to keep the event safe. All attendees are encouraged to take a lateral flow test within the 48 hours before the event and to wear a face covering if using public transport. All information on local testing can be found on Hertfordshire County Council's website.

Being vaccinated offers the best protection against becoming unwell with COVID-19. Please visit the NHS website for more information about booking your vaccine.

Please do not attend the event if:

  • You have any symptoms of COVID-19 in the past 10 days (a high temperature, new continuous cough or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste).
  • You have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 10 days.
  • You should only leave home to get a PCR test.

Further information is available on what to do if someone you live with has symptoms or tested positive or if you've been told to self-isolate following contact with someone who tested positive.