Remembrance Day 2017: Full list of Redbridge services

Scattering poppies at Redbridge's main Remembrance commemoration. Picture: Ken Mears

Scattering poppies at Redbridge's main Remembrance commemoration. Picture: Ken Mears - Credit: Archant

Soldiers past and present will be in the community’s thoughts next weekend, as a number of services are held to mark Remembrance Day.

A young guest at Wanstead's 2016 Remembrance service. Picture: Ken Mears

A young guest at Wanstead's 2016 Remembrance service. Picture: Ken Mears - Credit: Archant

Traditional commemorations are due to take place across the borough on November 11 and 12.

Read our round-up below for all the details.

Saturday, November 11

South Woodford: Dedication of the Field of Remembrance, High Road. Guests are asked to meet at St Mary’s Church Hall, High Road, at 8.40am. The service will begin at 9am

Scattering poppies at Redbridge's main Remembrance commemoration. Picture: Ken Mears

Scattering poppies at Redbridge's main Remembrance commemoration. Picture: Ken Mears - Credit: Archant


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Barkingside: Commemoration at Fairlop Waters Country Park, Forest Road. Arrive at 10.30am for 10.45am start

Snaresbrook: Service at the Garden of Remembrance, 10.45am

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Sunday, November 12

Newbury Park: Service of Remembrance at the Ilford War Memorial Gardens, Eastern Avenue, organised by Redbridge Council and the Royal British Legion. Members of the public are asked to arrive by 10.40am, with the commemoration beginning at 10.50am.

A young guest at Wanstead's 2016 Remembrance service. Picture: Ken Mears

A young guest at Wanstead's 2016 Remembrance service. Picture: Ken Mears - Credit: Archant

Chigwell: Service by Rev Tony Bishop at Hainault War Memorial, Manford Way. Arrive by 10.40am for 10.45am start

Wanstead: Commemoration at Wanstead War Memorial, High Street, beginning at 12.30pm

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