Residents across the borough are invited to gather at Remembrance services this weekend to honour those who have served their country.
Remembrance events take place on Sunday 10 November, with an Armistice Day service on Monday 11 November.
Councillor Michael Deon Burton, Mayor of Havering, said:
“No one plays a greater role in keeping us safe than our Armed Forces and these services will give us a chance to remember these servicemen and women past and present.
“We should all be proud to stand as a community mark this significant occasion each November which highlights the sacrifices our Armed Forces have made.”
Parade at 10.30am followed by a service at 10.55am in Coronation Gardens.
Parade at 10.40am followed by a service at the war memorial in Corbets Tey Road.
Parade at 10.15am, followed by a service in St. Andrew’s Church
Two minute silence outside the Royal British Legion in Maylands Avenue, followed by a parade to St. Nicholas Church for a service.
Two minute silence at the war memorial, followed by a service at St. George’s Church Centre.
Parade at 10.40am from the travel agents on the corner of Station Road, followed by a two minute silence and a short service at the Library.
A short service at 10.50am at Memorial Hall before a parade to St. Peter’s Church for a service.
A parade from Rainham Working Mens Club at 10.30am followed by a service at the war memorial.
Armistice Day – Monday 11 November
A service will take place at 10.45am in Market Place, Romford.
You can find out more about Remembrance Services in Havering at www.havering.gov.uk/remembrance2019