TRADITIONAL remembrance returns to Tenbury on Sunday.

Last year the commemorations were severely curtailed by the Covid-19 pandemic.

But this year, although people will be urged to take sensible precautions, it will be back for something like normality with a procession through the town followed by a service a wreath laying at St Mary’s Church.

Those taking part will include councillors, representatives of the services and uniform groups.

This will mean some temporary road closures.

These will involve Teme Street from entrance to Tesco car park, Market Street from its junction with Teme Street to first junction with Church Street, Market Square from its junction with Cross Street to junction with Church Street, Church Street from first junction with Market Street up to St Mary’s Church (Closed for a maximum of 10 minutes between and 10.45am and a maximum of 10 minutes between 11.50am and 12.05pm).