Remembrance Sunday across Hounslow

Brentford commemoration is one of nine taking place at War Memorials

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On Remembrance Sunday, there will be a service at 10.30am at Brentford Memorial outside Brentford Library. The Mayor of Hounslow will be represented by Councillor Steve Curran Leader of the Council and Syon ward councillor, who will lay a wreath on behalf of the council.

The Mayor of Hounslow, Councillor Tony Louki, recently met with the Deputy Lieutenant for Hounslow, Paul Kennerley and representatives of all the Royal British Legion (RBL) branches in Hounslow, both collectively and individually, to discuss the events to mark Remembrance Sunday 2019 in the borough.

The RBL branches – all of which were awarded Freedom of the Borough by the council in April 2017 – have arranged services at nine of the War Memorials across the borough on Sunday 10 November. The Mayor and Deputy Lieutenant will be attending two events (in Feltham and Hounslow), with fellow councillors representing the Mayor and the council at the remaining five Services.

The Mayor and Deputy Lieutenant are also aiming to attend every RBL Branch or event across the Remembrance Weekend.

Residents are welcome to attend the Services and watch the parades taking place at any of several sites.

The Royal British Legion was founded in 1921 and has been providing support for people who fought in both World Wars of the last century and more recent conflicts since 1945.

For more information about its national campaigns visit


November 7, 2019

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