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Residents in Portsmouth are being invited to mark Remembrance in a series of events taking place between 10-14 November 2021.

A short service to mark Armistice Day will begin on Thursday 11 November at 10:55am at the WWI memorial, Guildhall Square (Cenotaph). It will include a two-minute silence, which will start at 11am.

During the service, there will also be a selection of readings and poems.

This event is open to all members of the public.

Keeping our residents safe from coronavirus during the event

Portsmouth City Council will be following government guidelines to keep the events safe. All attendees are encouraged to take a lateral flow test within the 48 hours before the event and to wear a face covering if using public transport.

Please do not attend the events if you have symptoms of COVID-19, have been asked to self-isolate or have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 10 days. Further information relating to COVID-19, including guidance on testing, self-isolation and vaccinations can be found on our main coronavirus page. Being vaccinated offers the best protection against becoming unwell and walk-in services are available to people locally for vaccination.