Remembrance Day will be marked across the country to honour veterans and their sacrifices.

The nation will hold a two-minute silence on Sunday (November 10) to commemorate soldiers who died in battle.

The memorial day has been held since the end of World War One.

Roads will be closed as parades and services, usually organised by the Royal British Legion, take place in communities across the county.

These are the Remembrance Day events in your area:


The parade will gather at 1.45pm at the back of the Royal British Legion, Holtswhite Hill and Chase Side Primary School in Trinity Street.

From 2.30pm, the parade will march to Enfield Chase Green war memorial where the service will take place with the laying of wreaths.

It will then march to Enfield town market place where a salute for those marching past will be given by the dignitaries.

The parade will continue via Enfield Civic Centre to the Royal British Legion.


The parade with gather at 9.30am at Monmouth Road Car Park behind Edmonton Green.

It will then march to the war memorial site at the front of bbi

10.30am - Parade marches to the War Memorial site at the front of Edmonton Green;

10:40am - Remembrance Sunday Service begins with introductions, hymn and Act of Remembrance;

11am - Two minutes silence;

11.02am - 11.30am - Laying of Wreaths, Prayer, Hymns, The Lord’s Prayer, National Anthem, Commitment and Final Blessing;

11:30am - Parade close


The Royal British Legion will assemble at Tudor Way at 10.15am and will march from Southgate roundabout along the High Street towards St Andrews Church (near ASDA supermarket)

There will be a commemorative event at 11am followed by reception and speeches at the Royal British Legion in Nursery Road.