Wear your poppy with pride
Mayor of Haringey Cllr Stephen Mann has pinned on his poppy in support of the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal and is urging other residents to do the same.
The Poppy Appeal runs until Remembrance Sunday and money raised goes towards the Royal British Legion’s welfare and benevolent work in support of serving and ex-service people and their families.
Poppies and donation boxes can be found in each of Haringey’s libraries, and on the reception desks of Haringey Civic Centre and River Park House, High Road, Wood Green.
Residents are also invited to join one of the borough’s Remembrance services and wreath-laying ceremonies as follows:
Friday November 10
10.45am local schoolchildren, clergy and residents will gather at the War Memorial in the Garden of Remembrance at Tottenham Cemetery, White Hart Lane.
10.45am local schoolchildren and residents will gather at the Wood Green War Memorial, opposite Haringey Civic Centre, High Road, Wood Green
Remembrance Sunday, November 12th
- 10.15am Hornsey War Memorial, Hornsey Health Centre, Park Road, N8. Middlesex Regiment Association and Hornsey Cadets will hold a short wreath-laying service at the memorial, followed by an 11am service at St Mary with St George Church, corner of Cranley Gardens and Park Road.
- 10.45am. Wood Green War Memorial, opposite Haringey Civic Centre, High Road, Wood Green.
10.45am. Tottenham War Memorial, Tottenham Town Hall, Town Hall Approach Road, Tottenham. This will be preceded by a 9.30am service at Holy Trinity Church, Philip Lane, Tottenham.
3.00pm. St Saviours Court, Alexandra Park Road, N22.
For further information on the Poppy Appeal, or Remembrance Day, visit the British Legion website (external link).
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