AS WELL as the main Bromsgrove Remembrance Sunday parade and service, similar events took place in villages across the district.
In Aston Fields, there was a Remembrance Service at St Godwald’s Church.
Then, at the war memorial on Finstall Road, there was a full Remembrance Sunday parade, complete with two-minute silence.
Several dignitaries also laid wreaths.
After a Remembrance service at the Catshill Working Men’s Club, there was a parade.
The procession – led by the Bromsgrove Boys Brigade – journeyed from Catshill Middle School to the War Memorial at the junction of Meadow Road and Stourbridge Road.
A service, with two-minute silence and wreath laying, also took place.
During the service, pupils from Catshill Middle School read out the names of the fallen from the village.
Refreshments were available at Catshill Club after the service.
Today on Remembrance Sunday, Rev Claire Turner from St Chad’s Church led a service outside the Rubery Memorial Club.
There was a service and laying of wreaths at the memorial outside the club.
Then followed a parade down New Road.
There was also 15 minutes of prayers, hymns and music inside St Chad’s Church.
Refreshments were on offer at Rubery Memorial Club with teas and coffees free.
In the evening, a Civic Service of Remembrance was held at Beacon Church Centre with readings, prayers and hymns.