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Remembrance 2018

2018 marks 100 years since the end of the First World War. Oxford marks Remembrance day with a wide range of concerts, lectures and exhibitions.
The annual Remembrance Service and Parade takes place on Sunday 11 November, where troops will form up from 10am at the War Memorial, then march up St Giles’ followed by the civic procession that will depart from St John’s College at 10.30am. The Remembrance Service will start at 10.40am. Members of the public are advised to arrive early.

The following road closures will be in place for the parade:

  • Banbury Road from its junction with Parks Road to its junction with St Giles’
  • Beaumont Street from its junction with St John Street to its junction with St Giles’
  • Keble Road
  • Magdalen Street East and West

St Giles’ will be closed from 12.01am to 2pm on Sunday 11 November 2018. Parking will be suspended in St Giles’ during the Remembrance Sunday event.


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