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Remembrance Sunday, which falls on 13 November in 2016, is a day for the nation to remember and honour those who have sacrificed themselves to secure and protect our freedom.
Below you can find information concerning the National Service of Remembrance, as well as Remembrance Sunday dates for upcoming years.
National Service of Remembrance at the Cenotaph
The National Service of Remembrance, held at The Cenotaph in Whitehall on Remembrance Sunday, ensures that no-one is forgotten as the nation unites to honour all who have suffered or died in war.
The Queen will pay tribute alongside Members of the Cabinet, Opposition Party leaders, former Prime Ministers, the Mayor of London and other ministers. Representatives of the Armed Forces, Fishing Fleets and Merchant Air and Navy will be there, as well as faith communities and High Commissioners of Commonwealth countries.
How can I take part in the National Service of Remembrance?
Each year, a selection of veterans participate in the moving March Past. Applications for 2015 are now closed. Those who have submitted an application will be contacted by the end of September.
If you wish to attend the service as a spectator, you can find further information on the website of the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, who are responsible for organising the event.
Remembrance Sunday Forthcoming Dates
Remembrance Sunday always falls on the second Sunday in November. The dates of upcoming events are:
12 November 2017
11 November 2018
10 November 2019