Silence fell outside Euston Station as a service was held in memory of those who have lost their lives in conflict.

Mayor of Camden Cllr Nazma Rahman joined civic, faith and community leaders, armed forces and police and residents for a Remembrance Sunday service at St Pancras Church on Sunday (November 12), followed by a procession to Euston Station.

Here she laid a wreath at the London and North Western Railway Company War Memorial outside the station, where two minutes' silence was observed at 11am.

Cllr Rahman said: "This week’s events and ceremonies are a chance for everyone in Camden to get together to remember those who have lost their lives due to conflict and those who continue to be affected by war.

Ham & High: Mayor of Camden Cllr Nazma Rahman lays a wreathMayor of Camden Cllr Nazma Rahman lays a wreath (Image: Camden Council)

"This is also a time to remember the servicepeople who have experienced life-changing injuries or had their mental health affected as a result of war. More than a century after it was founded, we thank the British Legion and their Poppy Appeal for the work they do to provide lifelong support to everyone who has been in the Armed Forces.

"We know that this is a very unsettling and frightening time for many of our residents due to the escalating events in the Middle East. This Remembrance Day and always, our hearts go out to the Israelis and Palestinians who are impacted by this terrible situation.

"Our thoughts and prayers are also with all our Camden residents who continue to be impacted by the war in Ukraine and concerned about the safety and security of relatives and loved ones."

The Act took place following a service of remembrance at St Pancras Church, Euston Road at 10am, and other services and ceremonies in the preceding days.

On Thursday (November 9) there had been wreath laying services at the war memorial and civilian memorial in St Pancras Cemetery.

And on Friday, the annual Hampstead Interfaith Remembrance Service will be held by the Whitestone Pond War Memorial in North End Way. A service was also held at Hampstead Cemetery in Fortune Green, with wreath-layings at St Michael’s Church in Camden Town, All Hallows Church in Savernake Road, Gospel Oak, Eversholt Street Memorial, St Mary the Virgin, St Mary Magdalene Church in Munster Square, and Chenies Street War Memorial.