The Leader of Cardiff Council, Cllr Huw Thomas, Chief Executive Paul Orders and Trade Union representatives will mark Armistice Day on Monday 12th November by laying wreaths at the Staff Memorial, City Hall asa tribute to all council staff that lost their lives in battle.

A two minute silence will be observed at 11am to remember all those that lost their livesduring the First and Second World Wars, as well as all other conflicts involving our Armed Forces since 1945.

The Honorary Chaplain to the Council, Reverend Canon Stewart Lisk will open proceedings with a Bidding Prayer, following which the two minute silence will be observed.  At 11.02am, the Honorary Chaplain will ask Paul Orders, followed by members of the Trade Unions, and finally the Leader of the Council to lay wreaths, culminating in Reverend Lisk giving a Blessing.

A two minute silence will also be marked across all council buildings at 11am.  

Cardiff Council Leader, Cllr Huw Thomas said: "Armistice Day will be observed in Cardiff on Monday 12th November where City Hall will host a staff memorial and wreath laying.  Alarms will sounds across our main staff buildings to mark a two minute silence in commemoration of Armistice Day, atribute to all those men and women from the forces and the council who sacrificed their lives in conflict."