Parade and wreath-laying for Remembrance Day today
Wreaths will be laid today by the Governor, the Premier and other dignitaries as the island remembers people who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty.
The Remembrance Day Parade will take place on Front Street, with activities starting at 10.30am.
A government spokeswoman said that Rena Lalgie, the Governor, and David Burt, the Premier, will be among those who lay wreaths.
She added: “The Royal Bermuda Regiment will support the ceremony with a guard on parade. And music for the ceremony will be provided by the RBR Band & Corps of Drums, the Somerset Brigade Band, the Salvation Army Band and the Bermuda Islands Pipe Band.”
The spokeswoman said: “The public is advised that there will be road closures tomorrow morning due to the parade and are encouraged to consider alternative routes to avoid delays.”