On Sunday 13 November, there will be services of remembrance across the Borough to honour those who gave their lives during the world wars.
The Mayor of Broxbourne, Councillor Paul Seeby, will attend an act of remembrance and wreath-laying ceremony at the memorial at the rear of the Almshouses, Turners Hill.
The Leader of the Council, Councillor Lewis Cocking will represent the Council at a wreath-laying ceremony conducted at the memorial in Hoddesdon town centre. The ceremony will be followed by a service at 11am at St. Catherine’s and St Paul’s church, Hoddesdon.
A remembrance service will be held at 10am at Goffs Oak Methodist Church, followed by a wreath-laying ceremony at the Memorial at 10.50am which the Deputy Mayor, Councillor Sherrie McDaid will attend.
Finally, the Deputy Leader, Councillor David Holliday, will represent the Council at the commemoration in Broxbourne. The ceremony starts at 10.15am at St Augustine’s Church, followed by wreath laying at the Broxbourne War Memorial from 10.50am,