Havering Council have released the following list of events for Remembrance Sunday on Sunday 10 November, with an Armistice Day service on Monday 11 November.


Parade at 10.30am followed by a service at 10.55am in Coronation Gardens.


Parade at 10.40am followed by a service at the war memorial in Corbets Tey Road.


Parade at 10.15am, followed by a service in St. Andrew’s Church

Elm Park

Two minute silence outside the Royal British Legion in Maylands Avenue, followed by a parade to St. Nicholas Church for a service.

Harold Hill

Two minute silence at the war memorial, followed by a service at St. George’s Church Centre.

Harold Wood

Parade at 10.40am from the travel agents on the corner of Station Road, followed by a two minute silence and a short service at the Library.

Harold Wood

A short service at 10.50am at Memorial Hall before a parade to St. Peter’s Church for a service.


A parade from Rainham Working Mens Club at 10.30am followed by a service at the war memorial.

Armistice Day – Monday 11 November

A service will take place at 10.45am in Market Place, Romford.

Councillor Michael Deon Burton, Mayor of Havering, said:

“No one plays a greater role in keeping us safe than our Armed Forces and these services will give us a chance to remember these servicemen and women past and present.

“We should all be proud to stand as a community mark this significant occasion each November which highlights the sacrifices our Armed Forces have made.”