Remembrance Sunday events to take place across Camden, Barnet and Haringey.

PUBLISHED: 17:13 09 November 2017 | UPDATED: 09:15 10 November 2017

Children from Hampstead Hill School lay wreaths (Pic: Nigel Sutton)

. Children from Hampstead Hill School lay wreaths (Pic: Nigel Sutton)

© Nigel Sutton email

North London will fall silent to remember those who have given their lives at war, with events being held across Camden, Haringey and Barnet on Remembrance Sunday (November 12).

In Camden there will be a 10am Service of remembrance at St Pancras Church on Euston Road, followed by the laying of wreaths at the London and North Western Railway Company War Memorial (in front of Euston Station) at 10.55am.

Both Mayor of Camden, Cllr Richard Cotton, and leader of the council Cllr Georgia Gould will be attending the service.

Elsewhere in Camden, there will be a laying of wreaths at the Prisoner of War WWII Memorial, in Mornington Crescent at 11am.

There will also be a service at Hampstead Cemetery, Fortune Green followed by the laying of a wreath at Hampstead War Memorial, and then the Eversholt Street Memorial.

There will also be a 10.30am service at the Golders Green War Memorial, at Golders Green Station.

In Haringey local schoolchildren and residents will gather at the Wood Green War Memorial at 10.45am, opposite Haringey Civic Centre, High Road, Wood Green.

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