Govt: Remembrance Day Observance Reminder

November 10, 2020

The Government reminded the public that this year’s Remembrance Day observance “will be a closed event.”

A Government spokesperson said, “There will be no public admission to the Cabinet Office grounds and the following streets will be closed from 9:30am on 11 November:

  • Front Street between Queen and King Streets.
  • Parliament Street between Front and Reid Streets.
  • Court Street between Front and Reid Streets.

“Streets will reopen at the conclusion of the ceremony at around 12:00pm.

“Invited guests will lay wreaths including:

  • The Governor;
  • The Honourable Premier;
  • The Leader of the Opposition;
  • A representative for all War Veterans and service persons;
  • A member of the Corporation of Hamilton;
  • A representative for the Allied Nations; and
  • A representative for all uniformed services.

“The Royal Bermuda Regiment will support the ceremony with a Guard on parade. The ceremony can be seen live on Government’s Facebook page – and will be shown throughout the day and rest of the week on CITV.”

Bernews will provide coverage of tomorrow’s Remembrance Day event.

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  1. Rebel says:

    Does anyone know if there are stores open today? Retail stores or grocery stores??????