A SERVICE to remember all those who have died in conflict will be held on Sunday (Nov 8).
This weekend will be Remembrance Sunday and communities across the borough will lay
wreaths and hold a two minute silence in respect of all servicemen and women who have died in battle.
In Brent a service marking the day will be held in Barham Park, Sudbury, from 2pm.
Councillor Jim O'Sullivan, mayor of Brent, is also encouraging the people of the borough to support the 2009 Poppy Appeal.
He said: "The Poppy Appeal is organised by The Royal British Legion to safeguard the welfare, interest and memory of those who are serving or who have serviced in the Armed Forces.
"The Poppy Appeal provides the main source of funds to maintain the Legion's many welfare and benevolent schemes in which more than 300,00 people are helped each year. I encourage everybody in Brent to support the Poppy Appeal in any way they can."
If you would like to become a Poppy Appeal Volunteer, you can contact The Royal British
Legion on 0800 085 5924.