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Anniversary of first coronavirus lockdown to be marked in Havering

A national one-minute silence is to be held at midday today (credit: Pixabay)

The anniversary of the first coronavirus lockdown is to be marked both nationally and locally in Havering.

Residents across the borough can reflect on the year and loved ones lost, as today’s ‘Day of Reflection’ marks one year since the declaration of the first national lockdown.

A national one-minute silence is being held at midday.

After observing the silence, a single bell at St Andrew’s Church, Hornchurch will be tolled for five minutes starting at 12.01pm.

As part of a national display, residents are also encouraged to stand on doorsteps at 8pm with a torch or candle to signify a beacon of remembrance.

The Town Hall in Romford will be lit up in yellow, the colour of the Marie Curie #DayOfReflection.

In Havering, 861 residents have now lost their lives due to Covid-19.

A commemorative book is available for residents to leave messages of remembrance and thanks.

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