This year I got to go to my daughter's school here in the NCR as a 'guest of honour' as they were looking for any serving members to show up. Haven't done anything deserving of the title, but my six year old was pretty thrilled and the kids in general were really happy to have some sailors and airmen on site (happened to be only navy and airforce there) so would do it again.
I think it was probably a lot more meaningful for the kids then the cenotaph ceremonies, as they put a lot of work into the preparations for it. Still not quite the same, but if nothing else it was a good reminder why I joined, as a lot of kids don't have the opportunity to safely go to school.
Was lucky enough to have an opportunity to visit a number of the military cemeteries in Europe while I was over there. At the time I was 28, but still had a decade on most of the guys. Would highly recommend it to anyone who gets the opportunity to see them, for me it really puts Remembrance Day in perspective as to the scope of the sacrifice people have made, and continue to make.
(Tyne Cot cemetary, home to 11,956 Commonwealth servicemen of the First World War)
Lest We Forget