Lambeth remembers – Remembrance Sunday 2015

4 November 2015

Written by: Campaigns team

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On Sunday 8 November the Mayor of Lambeth, Councillor Donatus Anyanwu, and Deputy Mayor, Councillor Saleha Jaffer will attend Remembrance Day services taking place across Lambeth.

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Lambeth remembers – Remembrance Sunday 2015

They will be joined by a number of Lambeth councillors who will lay wreaths to remember those who died during the two World Wars as well as honouring those that have served in subsequent conflicts. Residents of all ages, religions and nationalities, are invited to take part in the services or mark the day with a two minute silence at 11am.

The Mayor will attend services at:

Stockwell Memorial Gardens (at the clocktower), next to Stockwell Tube Station, SW9
Time: 10.45am arrival for 11am service

Vincennes War Memorial, Hamilton Road, SE27
Time: 3pm

The Deputy Mayor will attend the service at:

Albert Carr Gardens War Memorial, on the corner of the High Road and Streatham Common Northside
Time: 10.30am

Additional services are being held at:

Kennington Park War Memorial, Kennigton Park Road, SE11
Time: 11.00am (attendees have the option to process with the party at 10.30am, from St Mary’s Church, Kennington Park Road, Newington Butts, SE11, to Kennington Park War Memorial in time for the 11am service and wreath laying)

S.O.E Agent Monument, Albert Embankment, Lambeth Palace Road, SE1
Time: 10.45am arrival for 11am service

You can find details of the Remembrance Sunday Cenotaph Parade in central London here