Remembrance Sunday-14 November.


Residents across the borough are invited to gather at Remembrance services this month to honour those who have served our country.

A service for Armistice Day will take place on Thursday 11 November, with Remembrance events being held throughout the borough on Sunday 14 November.

Councillor John Mylod, Mayor of Havering, said:

“Following last year’s coronavirus restrictions, it is pleasing to be able to come together and mark Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday again in Havering.

“It gives the borough a chance to remember our servicemen and women, who gave so much in order to keep us safe.

“We should all be proud to stand as a community to mark this significant occasion each November which highlights the sacrifices our Armed Forces have and continue to make.”

Armistice Day – Thursday 11 November

Service at 10.45am in Market Place, Romford.

Service at 10.50am at the War Graves, behind St Andrews Church, organised by the Royal British Legion Hornchurch

Remembrance Day – Sunday 14 November

Romford

Parade from outside the Liberty shopping centre, Western Road at 10.30am, followed by a service in Coronation Gardens

Upminster

Parade at 10.45am, followed by a service at the War Memorial, Corbets Tey Road

Hornchurch

Parade at 10.15am, followed by a service at St. Andrew’s Church

Elm Park

Service at 11am at the Royal British Legion

Harold Hill

Service 11am at the War Memorial, Hilldene Avenue

Harold Wood

Service at 10.40am at the New War Memorial, Arundel Road

Harold Wood

Service at 10.50am at Memorial Hall, parade to St. Peter’s Church

Rainham

Service at 10.30am at Mardyke Community Centre

You can find out more about Remembrance Services in Havering at https://www.havering.gov.uk/remembrance

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