On Sunday remembrance parades will be taking place in towns and villages across the country.
In Great Cornard the service of remembrance at St Andrew’s Church starts at 10.15am.
The parade, which will form up opposite the Kings Head in Bures Road, will begin it’s march to the church at 9.45am.
Wreaths will be laid after the Last Post is played at the War Memorial.
The Sudbury Parade will form up on Market Hill at 1.45pm outside the town hall and march off at 2pm for a Service at St Gregory’s Church starting at 2.30pm.
Wreaths will be laid at the memorial outside the church following the service.
The Great Cornard parade will be led by the Phoenix Community Group and the Sudbury parade will be led by the Colchester Pipes and Drums.
In Long Melford the march off will begin at 10.15am from Chemist Lane opposite the Bull Hotel.
It will march up to Holy Trinity church, marching back at around 11.40am.
The parade includes contingents from RAF Wattisham Army air corps, USAF Lakenheath and Sudbury army cadets.
Simon Webb in his First World War army lorry will also be present.
A salute will be taken at Melford Hall gates by the president of the Long Melford branch of the Royal British Legion Basil Ambrose, alongside Audrey Wreford, William Hyde Parker and district councillor John Nunn.
Glemsford’s Service of Remembrance will start at 10am at St Mary’s Church.
A procession will then lead through the village to the War Memorial for a ceremony there.