WE HAVE brought together the full timings and road closure details for Oxford's Remembrance Sunday service tomorrow.

People will come together at the war memorial in St Giles’ between 10am and 11.30am.

They will be joined by military units, uniformed organisations, community groups and civic dignitaries from across the county.

See below for road closures

Military units, organisations and community groups will gather for 10am at the junction of Beaumont Street and St Giles’ before marching up St Giles’ followed by the civic procession that will depart from St John’s College at 10.35am.

The service will start at 10.40am.

Oxford mayor Craig Simmons said: “We are all horrified by the cruelties of war; we must never ever forget the many victims on all sides.”

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The service will be conducted by the City Rector, the Revd Anthony Buckley; the Rt Revd Dr Steven Croft, the Bishop of Oxford; Penny Faust of the Jewish community; Monowar Hussain MBE of the Muslim community; Chinta Kallie of the Hindu community; Davinder Singh of the Sikh community, John White of Humanists and Revd Father Dominic Jacob of the Catholic community.

After the service the Vice Lord-Lieutenant Brian Buchan, and the civic party will move to St John’s College to take the salute as the Military and Royal British Legion march past.

Full list of road closures

• St Giles’ will be shut from 12.01am to 2pm on November 10. Parking will be suspended in St Giles’ during the Remembrance Sunday event.

• The pavement on Banbury Road, opposite the war memorial, will be closed. Use pedestrian diversions or travel via Woodstock Road.

• 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.