London,
07
November
2016

Remembrance Day events 2016

Listed below are the memorial services and wreath laying programme that Councillor Nadia Shah, Mayor of Camden and Councillor Richard Cotton, Deputy Mayor will be attending.

Thursday 10 November

10.30am Camden and Islington wreath laying services at the war memorial and civilian memorials – St Pancras Cemetery, Finchley (Councillor Nadia Shah, Mayor; Councillor Richard Cotton, Deputy Mayor and Sir Ian Johnston Deputy Lieutenant together with the Mayor, Leader and Chief Executive of the London Borough of Islington).

Friday 11 November

10.30am Service at Whitestone Pond War Memorial (Councillor Nadia Shah, Mayor)

10.30am Service at Hampstead Cemetery, Fortune Green, NW6. Wreath plus flowers for the civilian memorial. (Councillor Richard Cotton, Deputy Mayor)

11.45am Laying of wreath at St Michael’s, Camden Town (Councillor Nadia Shah, Mayor)

11.45am Laying of wreath at All Hallows Church, Savernake Road (Councillor Richard Cotton, Deputy Mayor)

12.15pm Laying of wreath at Eversholt Street Memorial – St Mary the Virgin (Councillor Nadia Shah, Mayor)

12.15pm Laying of wreath at St Mary Magdalene, Munster Square (Councillor Richard Cotton, Deputy Mayor)

12.45pm Laying of wreath at Chenies Street War Memorial (Councillor Richard Cotton, Deputy Mayor)

Sunday 13 November

10.00am Service of Remembrance at St Pancras Church, Euston Road, NW1 (Councillor Nadia Shah, Mayor and Councillor Richard Cotton, Deputy Mayor)

10.55am Act of Remembrance and Laying of Wreaths at London and North Western Railway Company War Memorial (in front of Euston Station)

1.00pm Laying of wreath at Prisoner of War WWII Memorial, Mornington Crescent (Councillor Nadia Shah, Mayor and Councillor Roger Robinson) Please note that the service at the Prisoner of War Memorial will be at 11.00am.

 

Please note that the timings are approximate as it will be dependent on length of service and traffic congestion.

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