Remembrance Sunday marked in Camden and Haringey

Sir Keir Starmer MP joins dignitaries at the Remembrance Service at St. Pancras Church, Euston and o

Sir Keir Starmer MP joins dignitaries at the Remembrance Service at St. Pancras Church, Euston and outside Euston Station - Credit: Archant

Silence fell at services throughout Camden to mark Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday.

Foundation governor Gerald Murphy, veteran Roy Beckett and Fr Kevin Ryan,

Foundation governor Gerald Murphy, veteran Roy Beckett and Fr Kevin Ryan, - Credit: Archant

at services throughout Camden and Haringey to mark Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday.

Crowds gathered at war memorials to lay wreaths to those who lost their lives in wars and pay respect to surviving veterans and members of the armed forces.

A two-minute silence fell over the Whitestone Pond Hampstead War Memorial on Friday as religious leaders came together.

Monsignor Phelim Rowland, of St Mary’s Parish Church, Rev. Diana Young, of Hampstead Parish Church, Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg of the New North London Synagogue and Shiekh Dr Muhammad Al-Hussaini, fellow in Islamic Studies at the Westminster Institute in London, gathered.


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Traffic was brought to a standstill as Manu Raffray, 14, a pupil at William Ellis School, played the Last Post and the Reveille on his trumpet.

Mayor of Camden Nadia Shah then moved on to lay a wreath at St Michael’s Curch, in Camden Town.

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On Sunday, a service of remembrance was held at St Pancras Church, Euston Road, where Holborn and St Pancras MP Sir Keir Starmer joined Ms Shah and Camden’s deputy mayor Richard Cotton and laid a wreath.

There were also services at the Prisoner Of War Memorial, in Mornington Crescent, where former POW Alfonso Antonio Garizio, 97, attended.

Hornsey and Wood Green MP Catherine West joined the service at Hornsey War Memorial, in Park Road, Crouch End. The Last Post was sounded by Mike Hurford, London Metropolitan Brass.

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