Remembrance Sunday services in Nottinghamshire
The 170 (Infrastructure Support) Engineer Group, the Royal British Legion and uniformed youth organisations will parade to Beeston War Memorial, where there will be a two-minute silence at 11am followed by wreath laying ceremony.
A church service at St John the Baptist Church will be held afterwards.
A parade will leave the Cricket Pavilion at 9.30am heading to All Saints' Church, for a service followed by wreath-laying ceremony at the war memorial.
A Remembrance Service will take place at St Mary's Church at 9.30am.
This will be followed by a parade of the 42nd Boys Brigade Band, Eastwood Army Cadets and other uniformed groups, civic dignitaries and Royal British Legion members, at 10.40am from the church to the two memorials on Nottingham Road where wreath laying will take place.
The parade will leave Forest Town Arena at 10.15am, moving along Clipstone Road West, to St Alban's Church where wreaths will be laid followed by a service.
The parade will assemble at the Market Place at 10.20am and there will be a service and wreath laying at the Cenotaph, Titchfield Park at 10.50am.
A service at All Saint's Church will take place at 10am with a service and wreath laying at the Cenotaph at 11am.
A service in Ironville will take place at 10.15am, with a service at Jacksdale Memorial on Main Street at 10.45am.
A service with Rev Barbara Holbrook will take place at Holy Trinity Church at 10am, with a parade featuring the Kimberley Scout and Girl Guide groups from Holy Trinity to the war memorial at 10.40am.
Remembrance at the war memorial is at 10.50am, with refreshments being served after at the Parish Hall from 11.15am.
Main Street will be closed from 10.30am to 12noon for the event.
At 9.45am, a service will take place at St Thomas' Church, Kingsway.
There will also be a servie and wreath laying at the war memorial at 10.55am.
The parade starts with a wreath laying ceremony at the Civic Centre war memorial at 10am.
The route for this year's parade will be slightly different. It will meet at the Civic Centre and then head along Rosemary Street to the magistrates court before turning left along Westfield Lane to the feather statue and then on to Westgate and into the town centre.
This is for safety reasons and to avoid closing a large number of roads and side streets along Chesterfield Road South.
After the church service, there will be a military salute in the Market Place in front of the knitted poppy display on the Old Town Hall at about 12noon before the parade returns to the Civic Centre.
Bellamy Road, Mansfield
The Mansfield Bellamy branch of the Royal British Legion are holding a service at the Life Church South Mansfield at South Mansfield Community Centre on Bellamy Road at 10.30am.
The parade musters on Yeoman Hill Car Park (Priory Road car park entrance) between 9.50am and 10.10am.
At 10.20am, the parade departs from Yeoman Hill Park for the 1.2 mile route through Mansfield Woodhouse.
At 10.50am, the parade will be halted and the Standards will be Paraded from outside St Edmund's Church to the war memorial on Yeoman Hill Park
The Act of Remembrance will take place at the war memorial on Yeoman Hill Park at 11am when buglers will perform the Last Post.
A full Remembrance Service will take place at St Edmund's Church at 11.10am.
The parade will muster at Pleasley Vale war memorial at 12.15pm.
At 12.30pm, the Act of Remembrance begins with buglers performing The Last Post.
The parade will form up at Pleasley Vale war memorial at 12.40pm before parading to St Chad's Church, led by Mansfield District Corps of Drums.
At 12.50pm, the parade will be dismissed before a full Remembrance Service at St Chad's Church.
Organised by the Retford Branch of the Royal British Legion, Retford's Remembrance Day parade and service will take place at the war memorial in the Market Square at 10.45am.
It will be attended by the Deputy Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire Nigel Chapman as well as the Mayor of Retford Garry Clarkson, and representatives from local organisations.
Wreaths will be laid following a two minute silence.
A service will take place at Selston Memorial at 9.30am.
Skegby and Stanton Hill
Services will take place at All Saints Church, Stanton Hill, and St Andrew's Church, Skegby, at 10.30am.
A service will also take place at St Katherine's Church, Teversal, at 11am.
There will be a march at 10.40am to the Walter Parker VC Square for a service at 10.45.
The service will include a formal wreath laying and finish by around 11.45am with a march past the assembled civic dignitaries.
The Forest Street parade will assemble at Portland Square at 9.20am, with a service at St Mary's Church at 9.50am.
At 11am, there will be the Last Post, a two minute silence and wreath laying at the Cenotaph.
A service and wreath laying will take place at St Michael and All Angels at 10.30am.
The parade will leave Warsop Ex-Servicemen's Club on Carr Lane at 10.20am heading for the Warsop War Memorial at The Carrs for a service and wreath-laying ceremony at 10.50am.
The parade will form on the Old Market Square in front of Worksop Town Hall at 10.10am.
It iwll then be inspected by the Deputy Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire, Mrs Veronica Pickering and Cllr Merryweather accompanied by music from The Worksop Miners’ Welfare Band.
The parade will march off from the Market Square to the war memorial via Potter Street and Watson Road at 10.40am.
A short wreath laying service and Act of Remembrance will take place at the war memorial at 10.50am, followed by The Last Post played by the Worksop Salvation Army Band with a two minute silence at 11am.
Following the Act of Remembrance at the war memorial, the parade will then head to the Priory Church for a further service where the standards will be presented.