Remembrance Day 2023: Manchester road closures for annual service and Metrolink suspension time
Several roads will be closed around the city to safeguard people attending
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Manchester’s annual service of remembrance will this year take place on Sunday November 12. The service is to reflect and share a moment of silence for those who have suffered in conflicts over the years.
Veterans and serving military personnel will make their way from John Dalton Street to the Cenotaph. It is here where the service will take place, and this will be followed by a short march from Peter Street across St Peter’s Square.
In order ro make sure the service takes place safely, Manchester City Council has confirmed a number of road closures around the city. These roads will close from 7am to 1pm.
John Dalton Street (Deansgate to Cross Street)
Princess Street (Cross Street to Portland Street) – hard closure at Back George Street
Cross Street (Princess Street to King Street)
Peter Street (Deansgate to Oxford Street) – hard closure at Watson Street
Oxford Street (Peter Street to Portland Street) – hard closure at Hale Street
Mount Street (Windmill Street to Albert Square)
Museum Street (Windmill Street to Peter Street)
Southmill Street (Windmill Street to Albert Square)
Bootle Street (Deansgate to Mount Street)
Lloyd Street (Deansgate to Southmill Street)
Jackson’s Row (Deansgate to Southmill Street)
Central Street (Southmill Street to Mount Street)
Cooper Street (Kennedy Street to Princess Street)
West Mosley Street (Booth Street to Princess Street)
Bow Lane (Clarence Street to Princess Street)
St James’s Square (South King Street to John Dalton Street)
Ridgefield (Mulberry Street to John Dalton Street).
In addition to road closures, Metrolink tram services will also not run through St Peter’s Square for a period of November 12. No services will run through the busy stop between 10.02am and 12.30pm. Visit TfGM for further details and updates