Here are the details of the Remembrance Day Parades across Enfield on the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice at the end of World War One.
A range of events have been organised in Enfield to help residents mark Remembrance Day on 11 November.
09.30 -10:30am: Parade gathers at Car Park behind Edmonton Green, N9 OTB, to be addressed by the Mayor of Enfield;
10.30am: Parade marches to the War Memorial site at the front of Edmonton Green;
10:40am: Remembrance Sunday Service begins with introductions, hymn and the Act of Remembrance;
11am: Two minutes silence;
11.02 - 11.30am: Laying of wreaths, prayer, hymns, The Lord’s Prayer, National Anthem, commitment and final blessing;
11:30am: Parade closes.
10.15am - 10.30am: Parade gathers in Tudor Way and marches to St Andrew’s Church, Southgate;
11.55am: Parade reforms and marches from Chelmsford Road into Nursery Road and to Hollies Hall, Royal British Legion building where refreshments will be served;
1:45pm: Parade gathers at Chase Side Primary School in Trinity Street, EN2 6NS;
2:30pm: Parade marches to Enfield Chase Green War Memorial, where the service will take place and wreaths will be laid. The parade will then march to Enfield Town Market Place where a salute for those marching past will be given by dignitaries. The parade will continue to Enfield Civic Centre where it will be dismissed.