Soldiers, veterans, politicians and people across the borough came together to remember those who lost their lives in battle.

A two-minute silence was held at 11am to commemorate those who died during two world wars and later conflicts on Remembrance Sunday yesterday – and the country fell silent again at 11am today.

A number of services took place across the borough in Enfield, Edmonton and Southgate, where people paid their respect to those who have fallen.

In Edmonton a parade gathered at Monmouth Road Car Park before marching up to the memorial site in front of Edmonton Green.

Large crowds gathered as wreaths were laid at the War Memorial.

Later in the afternoon, a parade gathered at the back of the The Royal British Legion and marched to Enfield Chase Green War Memorial where a service took place.

In Southgate The Royal British Legion assembled at Tudor Way at 10.15am and marched from Southgate roundabout along the High Street towards St Andrews Church (near ASDA supermarket).

St Anne's Catholic High School For Girls, a school in Enfield, also sent its gospel chior to perform at the festival of remembrance in the Royal Albert Hall in front of the Queen and Prime Minister.