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Servicemen and women to be remembered

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Barnet will join the rest of the nation this Sunday in pausing to pay tribute to all those who have lost their lives in conflict.

Photo of poppies on crosses

Photo of poppies on crosses

On Sunday 10 November, the Worshipful the Mayor of Barnet, Councillor Caroline Stock, will attend a service of remembrance due to be held at the Hendon War Memorial.

The Remembrance Sunday parade in Hendon will begin at 10.40am. Two minutes of silence will be observed at 11am.

Also in attendance will be councillors, ex-servicemen and women, Army Reserve personnel and cadets.

The Mayor will lay a wreath at the foot of the memorial on behalf of the borough.

The Mayor said: “Once again Remembrance Sunday gives us all an opportunity to pause and take a moment of quiet reflection in memory of those who have lost their lives in conflict. They will never be forgotten.

“This weekend memorial services will be taking place across the borough to acknowledge their tremendous sacrifice made in two world wars, and in other more recent conflicts”

Sunday 10 November 

St John’s Church, Wood Street, Barnet

1040hrs

New Barnet / East Barnet - Albert Road, New Barnet, to New Barnet War Memorial - 0915hrs - then on to East Barnet Methodist Church, Churchill Road East Barnet -10.30am 

Edgware War Memorial

0950hrs 

Edgware United Synagogue

1210hrs

St Paul’s Church, The Ridgeway NW7 and Middlesex Regiment War Memorial

0945hrs

St Mary’s at Finchley 

0950hrs

St Marylebone Cemetery

1050hrs

St Kilda’s & Finchley United Service Club, Ballards Lane

1045hrs

St Andrew’s Church, Totteridge

0950hrs

All Saint’s Church, Oakleigh Road North

0940hrs

St Jude’s Free Church, Hampstead Garden Suburb

1040hrs

St John the Evangelist, Friern Barnet Road

0950hrs

Golders Green War Memorial, Golders Green Station

1030hrs

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