Remembrance Weekend at The Station

Wednesday, 7th November 2018

Remembrance Weekend at The Station

This weekend marks 100 years since the end of the First World War.

Here at The Station, we will be observing a two minute silence at 11am on Sunday Morning as a mark of respect. We also have some commemorative events across the weekend:

The Station at War
Find out about the role of The Station during the First World War. Forming part of the Ribbon of Remembrance route, this free exhibition in the sub-station exhibition space focuses on the important role of Richmond’s railway during the war and the impact of the conflict on its employees, and the town.

The Station is proud to be supporting the Green Howards Museum’s community project – The Ribbon of Remembrance - marking the centenary anniversary of the end of the First World War.

The Station in War is one of a series of events being organised to mark this historic and poignant event.Find out more.

7th - 13th November

They Shall Not Grow Old
The Station Cinema are showing the First World War film, They Shall Not Grow Old across the weekend, including the recorded Q&A session with director Peter Jackson, hosted by Mark Kermode.

Screening on Friday 9th at 1.45 & 7.45, Saturday 10th at 5.00 and Sunday 11th at 1.00.
You can purchase tickets by calling 01748 823062 or by visiting their website.

Poppy Selling
Representatives from The Royal British Legion will be here Wednesday and Saturday selling poppies, wristbands and much more for this brilliant cause.

For other remembrance events in and around Richmond, please see Richmond Online.

Thank you.