Organisers of one of the biggest Armistice Day parades say they've been told to block off roads with diggers in order to combat the threat of terrorism.
Members of the Bedworth Armistice Day Parade Group say police have told them they need to blockade off four roads in the town centre if this year's procession is to take place.
They are now scrambling to try to find the large vehicles in time for the event on Saturday 11 November.
Mr Leach said the group need a blockade at the entrance on Coventry Road and Park Road, one for Bulkington Road near to the old Post Office, one at Leicester Road and one by Mill Street and Newtown Road.
He said they had been lucky two people have offered large trailers, but they still need two more. He's urging people to arrive by 10am on the day as the town will be on lockdown.
Chief Inspector Daffyd Goddard from Warwickshire Police said the force was working with organisers to make sure the event was safe.
The Bedworth Armistice Day Parade has been honouring the fallen since 1921, and is the largest parade of its kind outside London.
Organisers say arranging blockades isn't the first obstacle they've had to face, as last year they had to plea for stewards to come forward to make sure the event could go ahead.
It sparked a huge response, including volunteers from Wasps Rugby Club, who offered to help out on the day.