|Hammersmith and Fulham Marks Remembrance Day on Sunday|
With Two Parades to War Memorials in Fulham and Shepherd's Bush
The brave men and women who gave their lives fighting in the two world wars and other conflicts around the world are to be remembered on Sunday November 8.
Deputy Mayor Cllr Daryl Brown will lead the service at the Fulham War Memorial in the grounds of All Saints Church in Vicarage Gardens off Bishops Avenue.
In Fulham the procession will gather at Parsons Green Lane at 10.20 am and march along New Kings Road to the Fulham War Memorial in Vicarage Gardens. The service will be led by Reverend Canon Joseph Hawes, Vicar of All Saints' Church, Fulham.
At the end of the service the parade will march back to the territorial army centre and headquarters of the Royal Yeomanry at Fulham House, 87 Fulham High Street, where the deputy mayor will take the salute.
In Shepherd's Bush, the procession will gather in Sulgrave Road (off Shepherds Bush Road) at 10.15 am to march to the War Memorial in Shepherds Bush Green. The service will be conducted by Father Richard Nesbitt, Parish Priest of Our Lady of Fatima, in White City and the Reverend Cameron Collington of St Simon’s Church in Shepherds Bush.
At the end of the service there will be a march past in Shepherds Bush Road where the mayor will take the salute.
" These services are so important to mark the bravery of the men and women who gave their lives during the first and second world wars and other conflicts across the world," said the Mayor, Cllr Mercy Umeh. " We must never forget their sacrifice."
November 3, 2015
November 3, 2015