Service of remembrance is a time to remember the members of the armed forces who have died on duty since World War I. They take place around the country each year on Armistice Day (11 November) and on Remembrance Sunday (the second Sunday in November).
At Merton Civic Centre in Morden, the ceremony took place on 11 November, starting at 10:50 to observe a two-minute silence at 11am.
The service was led by Father Simon Peat from St Winefride Church, South Wimbledon (the Mayors Chaplain).
Wreaths were laid by the Deputy Mayor (Cllr Edward Foley), the Chairman of Morden and District Royal British Legion, The Chief Executive of Merton Council (Ged Curran), Leader of the Council (Cllr Stephen Alambritis), Leader of the Conservative Group (Cllr Nick McLean), Representing the Liberal Democrat Group (Cllr Paul Kohler), Leader of Merton Park Ward Independent Residents (Cllr Peter Southgate), Representing the Borough Commander Merton Police (Inspector Bob Whitehead), Borough Commander Merton Fire Brigade (Lee Walker), Representing the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club (Helen Parker), Student representative from Harris Academy Morden (Sameer Karim).