Havering remembers: Remembrance and Armistice Day events across the borough
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At 11am today – Armistice Day – Havering residents will stop and remember those who have died while serving in the armed forces.
There will be a service at 10.45am today outside the Co-op Bank in Market Place, Romford.
Most of the services will be held on Sunday, Remembrance Day.
Remembrance Day events:
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Parade starts at the Liberty Mall, Eastern Road, at 10.30am followed by a service at Coronation Gardens, Main Road, at 10.55am.
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Parade starts at St Mary’s Lane at 10.40am followed service at the war memorial, in Hall Lane, at 10.55am.
Parade starts in the Appleton Way car park at 10.40am before a service inside St Andrew’s Church, High Street.
11am service at the Royal British Legion followed by a parade to St George’s Church centre.
10.45am service at Memorial Hall, in Gubbins Lane, followed by a parade to St Peter’s Church.
11am service at the War Memorial, in Hildene Ave, followed by a parade to St George’s Church centre.
Parade starts at Rainham Working Men’s Club, in Upminster Road, 10.40am, followed by a service at the war memorial.