This year Remembrance Sunday will look different to usual, due to the pandemic.
In normal circumstances, public events would have been organised across the borough to honour the heroes who fought for our country. Unfortunately, that will not be able to happen this year, but we will all still remember them in our own way on Sunday 8 November.
We will share details of how we will mark Remembrance Day as a council shortly.
Government guidance states that if you do see a private event taking place, members of the public are permitted to stop and watch as spectators, but must observe the rule of 6 and social distancing rules.
The Government has also urged people to stay at home and not attend the Cenotaph in London where the National Service of Remembrance and two-minute silence normally takes place.
Residents are instead urged to remember all those who paid the ultimate sacrifice by coming together for a national moment of silence at 11am as the service is broadcast nationwide on BBC One, Sky and ITV.
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