This weekend, Barnet will join other boroughs, towns and cities and pause to pay tribute to those who have lost their lives in conflict to mark Remembrance Day across the UK.
All members of the community are invited to join the services being held around the borough.
The Mayor will lay a wreath at the Hendon memorial on behalf of the borough at a parade and service. Two minutes of silence will be observed at 11am on Sunday 12 November.
Also in attendance will be Army Reserve personnel and cadets, councillors, ex-servicemen and women.
The Mayor said: “We will never forget the many people who joined our armed forces and made huge sacrifices for us while they served for their country.
“Every year on Remembrance Sunday, we pause to reflect and pay tribute to the brave people who fought for us in the two World Wars, as well as recent conflicts. I’m honoured to be able to lay this wreath to commemorate their memories on behalf of the people of Barnet.”
There will be a number of other services taking place around the borough:
Saturday 11 November
St James the Great, Friern Barnet Lane
Hendon Cemetery and Crematorium, Holders Hill Road
Sunday 12 November
St John’s Church, Wood Street, Barnet
New Barnet / East Barnet - Albert Road, New Barnet, to New Barnet War Memorial - 0935hrs - then on to East Barnet Methodist Church, Churchill Road East Barnet -10.35am
Edgware War Memorial
Edgware United Synagogue
St Paul’s Church, The Ridgeway NW7 and Middlesex Regiment War Memorial
St Mary’s at Finchley
St Marylebone Cemetery
St Kilda’s & Finchley United Service Club, Ballards Lane
St Andrew’s Church, Totteridge
All Saint’s Church, Oakleigh Road North
St Jude’s Free Church, Hampstead Garden Suburb
St John the Evangelist, Friern Barnet Road
Golders Green War Memorial, Golders Green Station
The Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Holy Cross and St. Michael
Golders Green Road, London NW11 8HL
St Mary the Virgin, Hadley Green Road