Remembrance in Haringey
This year, Haringey will once again be holding public Remembrance Sunday (14 November) services to give residents the opportunity to pay their respects to the memories of those who lost their lives in defence of this country.
Last year no services could be held due to public health guidance on Covid-19. While the pandemic is ongoing and we must remain vigilant, thankfully this year we are able to return to the tradition of holding services in locations right across the borough.
This year’s services will be taking place on Sunday at the following times and venues:
- 10.00am at Hornsey War Memorial, Hornsey Health Centre, Park Road, N8, Middlesex Regiment Association.
- 10.45am at Wood Green War Memorial, opposite Haringey Civic Centre, High Road, Wood Green.
- 10.45am at Tottenham War Memorial, Tottenham Town Hall, Town Hall Approach Road, Tottenham.
- 3.00pm at St Saviours Court, Alexandra Park Road, N22.
- 2.00pm at West Green War Memorial, junction of West Green Road and Philip Lane N15.
The Mayor of Haringey, Cllr Adam Jogee, said:
I’m thankful that this year people across Haringey are able to come together to mark this most poignant occasion. Remembrance Sunday is an important opportunity for us all to stand in memory of the men and women who gave their lives to defend our democratic traditions and to secure peace.
Like others, my family lost servicemen during both world wars and so I wear my poppy with pride this year, and every year.
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