Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday are dates close to the Nation’s heart. This is especially true for those who have lost friends, colleagues and loved ones, as it offers the opportunity to honour those who fought for their country and made the ultimate sacrifice. Remembrance events are also an opportunity to remember those who are still with us, but have suffered as a result of their service.
On Remembrance Sunday, a group of Not Forgotten beneficiaries from several different organisations, Services, regiments and units, will march past the Cenotaph alongside 10,000 others to remember those who have died in the service of their country.
Some beneficiaries will also stay at a nearby hotel on the Saturday night before meeting their fellow serviceman on Sunday. After the march past, everyone will reconvene for lunch, and veterans from all backgrounds and ages will get the chance to reflect, share stories and enjoy the company of like-minded individuals for the afternoon.
Spaces for the Cenotaph march past past have been filled, however, we will provide updates if further spaces become available.