North London will pay its respects and remember the sacrifices of servicemen and women in a two-minute silence this Remembrance Day.
Observed every year since 1919, Remembrance or Armistice Day is marked on the anniversary of the end of World War I on November 11.
Remembrance Sunday falls on the second Sunday of November which means that it will be observed on November 13.
Services are being planned across the county to commemorate the contribution of the Armed Forces and their families from Britain and the Commonwealth.
Remembrance Day events in North London 2022
Remembrance Sunday will be marked in Islington with a parade and a service, which will include a wreath-laying ceremony.
Service units and veterans will gather at 9:30am on Highbury Fields, before marching down Upper Street.
The parade will then continue down Upper Street to Islington Green, where an inter-faith service will begin at 10:40am.
The service will feature a two-minute silence at 11:00am, prayers led by faith leaders and military bugle calls, as well as an opportunity for attendees to lay their wreaths at Islington Green War Memorial.
The Mayor of Camden’s Civic Service for Remembrance Day will take place at St Pancras Church at 10am on Sunday.
It will be followed by an Act of Remembrance at 11am at the War Memorial at Euston Station.
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Remembrance Sunday will be marked in Harrow on Sunday 13 November with a parade starting from Katie’s statue in St Ann’s Centre at 10am.
Before it will march down Station Road and then to the Civic Centre.
Taking place on Saturday, November 12 at 10.30am at the Commonwealth War Graves Memorial.
There will be a service in the South Chapel, followed by tea and coffee in the North Chapel.