A memorial stone honouring 55 people killed by the bombs which rained down on Isleworth during the Second World War will be formally unveiled this Saturday (August 9).
The statue on Isleworth Green , at the junction of North Street and Swan Street, will be unveiled by Isleworth ward councillor Sue Sampson, Hounslow's cabinet member for communities, and local resident John Roach in a ceremony starting at 11.30am.
The ceremony will be led by Padre Andy Harding, of the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, who are based up the road at Hounslow Cavalry Barracks. It is supported by Isleworth Royal British Legion.
Anyone is welcome to attend the ceremony, which is expected to last around 45 minutes.
The following day, people are due to gather at Brentford war memorial , outside Brentford library, for a First World War commemoration ceremony.