UK Remembrance Day, the Cenotaph in London is a prominent war memorial that plays a central role in Remembrance Day ceremonies, also known as Armistice Day, which is observed on November 11th each year. It is a solemn occasion to honour and remember the members of the British and Commonwealth armed forces who lost their lives in various conflicts, especially World War I and World War II.
On Remembrance Day, thousands of people gather at the Cenotaph to pay their respects and remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. The main commemoration event is attended by the British monarch, political leaders, veterans, and members of the armed forces.
The nation remembers. King Charles III leads the commemorations in Whitehall to honour the service and sacrifice of all those who lost their lives in conflict.
Armed Forces Veterans Breakfast Clubs members will also be remembering in their own way, some members are attending the Cenotaph and some have been invited to a service of remembrance with some of the older veterans in Care Homes.
Either way all veterans will be remembering those who paid the ultimate sacrifice; we will remember them..
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