This years Barry Remembrance Service will be streamed live on Bro Radio and the Barry Town Mayors Facebook Page, with a limited and invited number of guests in attendance.
In a statement a spokesperson for the Town Council said "Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation and the lockdown in place, we have explored how we can best commemorate Remembrance Sunday safely this year."
"It is with regret that we will not be able to gather in commemoration with the many organisations, groups and public that annually meet to share their respects; this means that unfortunately, we will not be parading through the Town this year, due to restrictions that are currently in place."
"There will be a very limited wreath laying service at the Cenotaph which, following guidelines, will be socially distanced and there will be no more than 30 people involved."
"This service will be by invitation only. It is also regrettable that we will not be able to hold the indoor Remembrance service that would follow the wreath laying service at the Cenotaph."
As well as being streamed on the Barry Town Mayor's Facebook page, the service will also be streamed live on Bro Radio allowing all of the community to participate in the remembrance Sunday services.
Neither Barry Town Council or the Memorial Theatre will be organising for the public to attend and ask instead that you “Stay Home, Stay Safe, Watch, Listen and Remember”
The Royal British Leigion has also created a list of ways to commemorate Remembrance Day at home and these can be found on their website https://www.britishlegion.org.uk/get-involved/remembrance
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