LB LAMBETH CIVIC LEADERS TO VISIT ST MICHAEL'S CHURCH ON REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY
The Mayor of Lambeth and the Bishop of Kingston have asked our Vicar, Erica Wooff, to lead the Stockwell/BrixtonRemembrance Sunday event at Stockwell War Memorial on Sunday 12th November. This year, with the new African Caribbean War Memorial in Windrush Square, Brixton now fully open, we want to start a new tradition: one event with two acts of remembrance - Stockwell War Memorial at 11am and Brixton AC War Memorial at 1pm - linking the tradition and history of Lambeth with its contemporary diversity. This will be the new pattern for North Lambeth and is the main LB Lambeth Remembrance event this year.
As part of this civic Remembrance commemoration, the Mayor of Lambeth, along with the Deputy Lieutenant, our MPs, the CEO of Lambeth Council, local councillors, the Met Police Borough Commander, the Army Commander and other dignitaries will be offered coffee and light refreshments at St Michael's church from 11.30am-12.15am. You are warmly invited to come along and meet your civic leaders and representatives.
10.45am Gather at Stockwell War Memorial, outside Stockwell Tube Station
10.50-11.15am Solemn, traditional act of remembrance at Stockwell
11.30-12.15pm Coffee and light refreshments at St Michael's church, StockwellPark Road.
12.30 We make our way by public transport to Windrush Sq.
12.45pm Party gathers for second remembrance commemoration at AC War Memorial.
I do hope you will be able to join us for part of this important event for our community.