- Leicester City’s annual Service of Remembrance to take place on Sunday 2 June
- The service will be held in the Club’s Remembrance Garden at King Power Stadium
- Service to be led by Club Ambassador Alan Birchenall and Club Chaplain Andrew Hulley
The event brings together hundreds of people each year and is led by Club Chaplain Andrew Hulley and Club Ambassador Alan Birchenall.
The informal and dignified service will be held in the Club’s Remembrance Garden and is an opportunity for supporters to celebrate the lives of loved ones who have passed away, while providing comfort to those who still grieve.
At the end of a particularly poignant season for everyone associated with the Club, following the passing of our Chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha in October and Club legend Gordon Banks in February, Club Ambassador Birch says the annual service is as important to the Leicester City family as it has ever been.
He said: “The Remembrance Service has always been a special occasion for our Football Club and an important opportunity for our supporters, many of whom shared a passion for Leicester City with loved ones they’ve lost. It’s a real honour for the Club to have been part of the experiences those people shared together.
“The added significance of this year’s service won’t be lost on anyone. The Boss was very much part of this family so I think it’s quite appropriate that we remember him alongside Gordon and every other member of the Leicester City family that will be represented by those in attendance.
“Chairmen, legends, players, staff and supporters – it’s about a family. We’ll remember all of them.”
Light refreshments will be provided after the service. For more information on the Remembrance Garden at King Power Stadium, email email@example.com.
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