MUSIC will fill the old stone walls of St Elphin’s Parish Church as a touching tribute to our fallen soldiers will take place amid Remembrance Sunday.

The annual Festival of Remembrance will go ahead this Saturday and will be held by members of the armed forces.

Members of the esteemed 1330 (Warrington) Squadron, Royal Air Force Air Cadets, will put on a touching tribute to the service and sacrifices of our armed forces.

The event will begin at 6:30pm and the festival promises to be a poignant evening filled with musical performances by Warrington Male Voice Choir and Warrington Brass Band.

There will also be moving readings provided by St Elphin's Primary School and a solemn moment of silence during the wreath-laying ceremony.

A reflection of the past, the event aims to bring the community together in remembrance and appreciation of those who have dedicated their lives to our nation. 

Commanding Officer of the 1330 Squadron, Flt Lt Alan Radcliffe, said: "It is imperative for us, as a community and as a nation, to come together and remember the sacrifices made by so many.

“This festival is not just a tribute but also a reminder of the value of peace and the hope for a better future." 

The public, especially parents, friends, veterans, and all Warrington residents, are invited to attend the festival.

The event will be a testament to the collective respect and gratitude of the Warrington community.