Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s Gurkha Parade has been cancelled.
With regards to future events, these will be considered alongside Government advice and guidance nearer the time.
Brecon Town Council hosts an annual event whereby the Gurkha Wing (Mandalay) exercises its right under an Honorary Citizenship to parade through the Town.
This is a colourful and memorable occasion and everyone is welcome to attend the parade and watch the cultural performances that follow.
On Sunday, 9th June 2019 the Annual Gurkha Parade took place on the Bulwark and was followed by a celebration of the Twinning of Brecon and Dhampus took place in February 2019.
This event will be considered alongside Government advice and guidance nearer the time. It is unlikely that a parade will be possible this year though it is anticipated that a service of Remembrance will take place at the Cathedral, regulations permitting.
Brecon Town Council organises an annual parade on Remembrance Sunday, and a short service of Remembrance at the Cenotaph, St Mary’s Church at 11am on the 11th November.
On Remembrance Sunday, 8th November 2020, there will be an Act of Remembrance at the Cenotaph, St Mary’s Church, followed by a parade to Brecon Cathedral where a Service of Remembrance will be held.
This information will be provided soon
Brecon with Bells On
This event will be considered alongside Government advice and guidance nearer the time.
Brecon With Bells On is an annual event, full of fun, entertainment and festive outdoor stalls selling a wide variety of food, drink and Christmas gifts followed by the switching on of the Christmas Lights. Joanna Lumley switched on our lights in 2017, Neil Morrissey did the honours in 2018 and Josh Navidi came to the extravaganza in 2019. This year’s event is on 21st November. Watch this space for further announcements! If you wish to have a stall, or take part in the entertainment please email email@example.com
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