WOODLEY bosses have detailed their latest plans for Remembrance this month, as lockdown restrictions tighten.

Woodley Town Council announced the plans on October 28, stating that they will not be hosting an event, but will be commemorating the occasion online.

A spokesman for the Woodley Town Council said: "Due to the Covid 19 pandemic and subsequent restrictions and guidelines, Woodley Town Council has taken the difficult decision to not host a Remembrance event this year.

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"Instead, we will be putting together a montage of photos of organisations, schools and the Town Mayor with their wreaths prior to 11/11, along with other Remembrance footage.

"This will be published on our website, YouTube page, Twitter feed and Facebook page on the morning of 11/11 in time for the 11.00am two minutes silence.

"We are encouraging residents to ‘Remember at home’ while adhering to social distance guidelines and the ‘Rule of 6’.

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"If you would like to lay a wreath, please contact Linda Matthews (linda.matthews@woodley.gov.uk) by Wednesday, November 4.

"We are planning to take the photos on November 9 and 10, and will be following a strict schedule to ensure a Covid safe environment.

"If you do decide to visit the Woodley Memorial to pay your respects, please can we remind you to follow the social distance guidelines and the ‘Rule of 6’ and any other new guidelines that may be issued if we move from Local Covid Alert Medium to High or Very High. Thank you."