EALING will join the country in commemorating the sacrifice of our armed forces, past and present, as part of Armistice Day (11), and Remembrance Sunday (12).

Members of the public are invited to join councillors observing a two-minute silence outside Ealing Town Hall at 11am on Saturday.

Remembrance Sunday events will also take place across the borough the following day
There will be a service at Ealing War Memorial on Ealing Green, in front of Pitzhanger Manor, where a two-minute silence will take place at 11am.

The Mayor, Cllr Simon Woodroofe, will be joined by the deputy leader, Cllr Ranjit Dheer.
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The Royal British Legion will be marching to Greenford War Memorial on Greenford Broadway from its headquarters in Oldfield Lane South for a public service at 11am.

This will be attended by council leader Julian Bell and the deputy mayor, Cllr Tejinder Dhami.
A short service will take place at the war memorial on The Green at Southall, followed by a two-minute silence at 11am.  

The congregation will then parade through King Street into St John’s Church in Church Road for a service. This will be attended by the immediate past mayor, Cllr Patricia Walker and chief executive Paul Najsarek. 
The Mayor and Acton councillors attended the Acton Hospital Remembrance service at Acton Care Centre last Sunday (5), which is traditionally held a week before Remembrance Sunday.  

Injured servicemen were cared for at Acton Hospital in Gunnersbury Lane following the First World War and it later became a living war memorial.