Remembrance Day 2017: Read the full list of services around Bromley
PUBLISHED: 13:57 10 November 2017
Find out what services are taking place near you
Silence will fall across Bromley this weekend as residents pay tribute to our armed forces.
Servicemen and women will be honoured with two minutes’ silence on November 11, with Remembrance Day services held throughout the borough the following day.
The following services will take place around the borough on Sunday, November 12.
Mayor Kathy Bance together with her consort Trevor Bance, Bromley council’s chief executive, Doug Patterson and the representative Deputy Lieutenant, will attend the service in Bromley Parish Church. Those attending the service are asked to arrive by 10.30am. After the service, the civic party will proceed to the War Memorial for the wreath laying ceremony.
Beckenham War Memorial
Councillor Stephen Wells will represent the borough at this service, and will be laying the wreath. Councillors Michael Tickner and Russell Mellor will be attending. At 10.50am there will be a service and wreath laying ceremony at Beckenham War Memorial in High Street Beckenham, lasting about 45 minutes and a parade will follow the service. Those attending this service are asked to arrive at the War Memorial by 10.15am.
Councillor Catherine Rideout will represent the borough, read a lesson and lay a wreath at St. George’s Parish Church, Bickley Park Road, Bickley, BR1 2BE, at the service at 10.30 am.
Councillor Julian Benington will represent the borough and do a reading at the service at St. Mark’s Church, 10 Church Rd, Biggin Hill, Westerham TN16 3LB at 9.30am.
Councillors Melanie Stevens and Richard Scoates will lay a wreath at the Biggin Hill War Memorial at 10.45am.
Bromley Common & Keston
Councillor Stephen Carr will represent the borough at the service at Holy Trinity Church, Church Lane, Bromley Common, BR2 8LB, at 10.00 a.m. followed by a wreath laying ceremony at the Memorial in the churchyard at 11.00am.
Councillor Ruth Bennett will represent the borough and read a lesson at Keston Parish Church, Church Road, Keston, BR2 6HT, at 10.00 a.m. followed by a walk from Keston Village at 10.40 a.m. to the War Memorial on Heathfield Road for laying of wreaths.
Chelsfield & Pratts Bottom
Councillor Lydia Buttinger will represent the borough and do a reading at the service at St. Martin of Tours, Church Road, Chelsfield, BR6 7SN, at 10.45am, during which a wreath will be laid.
Cray Valley East
Councillor Christopher Pierce will represent the borough at a wreath laying ceremony at the War Memorial at 11.00am, followed by the church service at St Mary Cray Parish Church, High Street, St. Mary Cray, BR5 4EL where Councillor Pierce will do a reading.
Cray Valley West
Councillors David Livett and Terence Nathan will represent and lay a wreath on behalf of the borough at the service at St. Barnabas Church, Rushet Road, St. Paul’s Cray, BR5 2PU, at 10.30am.
Councillor Ian F Payne will read a lesson and lay the wreath at this service. The service will be at St. Nicholas Church, Church Lane, Chislehurst, BR7 5PE, at 9.30am and will be followed by a wreath laying ceremony at the War Memorial.
Farnborough & Crofton
Councillor Robert Evans will read the lesson while councillor Charles Joel will lay the wreath. Those attending should assemble at the Lych Gate of St. Giles the Abbot Church, Church Road, Farnborough Village, BR6 7DB, at 10.30am to join the procession down to the War Memorial.
Councillor Tim Stevens lay a wreath at St. Paul’s Church, Crofton Road, BR6 8JE, at 10.15am.
Hayes & Coney Hall
Councillor Graham Arthur will read a lesson and lay a wreath at St. Mary the Virgin, Hayes Street, Hayes, BR2 7LH, at 10.30am followed by a short ceremony at the War Memorial in the church grounds.
Mottingham & Chislehurst North
Councillor David Cartwright will be at Mottingham War Memorial which commences at 10.30am followed by a wreath laying ceremony at the memorial.
Councillor Charles Rideout will be laying a wreath at St. Edward’s Church, Mottingham.
The deputy mayor Kevin Brooks will attend. There will be a wreath laying ceremony at Orpington War Memorial at 10.00am, followed by a Service at All Saints Parish Church, Bark Hart Road, Orpington, BR6 OQD, at 10.50am. Afterwards there will be a further wreath laying ceremony at Canadian Corner.
Penge & Cator
A service will be held at St John’s Church, High Street, Penge, SE20 7EQ, at 10.00am where Councillor Peter Fookes will be present.
It will be followed by a wreath laying ceremony and service at the memorial opposite the church at 10.45am and move back to the church for coffee and refreshments.
Past Deputy Mayor, Reg Adams, will be present at Holy Trinity Church, 66 Lennard Road, Penge, SE20 7LX. The service will commence at 10.30 am followed by a wreath laying ceremony at the memorial.
Councillor Peter Fookes will represent the borough at the wreath laying ceremony, at the Kent House Road Memorial, Beckenham and Penge Sea Cadets, 209 Kent House Road, which commences at 12pm.
Petts Wood & Knoll
Councillor Simon Fawthrop will do a reading during the service at St. Francis Church, 60 Willett Way, Petts Wood, BR5 1QE, at 10.00am. This will be followed by a wreath laying ceremony at Petts Wood Memorial, which is expected to take place at approximately 11.00 am.
Plaistow & Sundridge
Councillor Michael Turner will lay a wreath on behalf of the borough at St. Andrew’s Church, 136 Burnt Ash Lane, BR1 5AF, at 10.00am.
Councillor Ellie Harmer will lay a wreath at St. John’s Church, Park Road, Bromley, BR1 3HJ, at 9.45am.
Councillor David Jefferys and councillor Mary Cooke will be present at the service in St. Marys, Shortlands; also in attendance will be Peter Morgan, executive councillor for renewal and recreation.
There will be a service at St. Mary’s Church, Kingswood Road, BR2 0HG, at 10.00am. During the service the congregation will walk to the newly rebuilt War Memorial for the rededication service at approximately 10.45am
Upper Norwood - Crystal Palace
Councillor Angela Wilkins will represent the borough at the wreath laying ceremony at The Upper Norwood War Memorial, Westow Street, Crystal Palace at 10.45am.
Councillor Hannah Gray will lay a wreath and read a poem on behalf of the Borough. Those attending should assemble for the Parade at Croft Avenue Car Park at 10.10am to join the procession down to the War Memorial for the wreath laying ceremony at 10:45am.