Falmouth and Penryn will be marking Remembrance Sunday with parades and services at the war memorials in the towns.
Kimberley Park on Sunday.
In Falmouth participants will assemble on The Moor at 10.25am and head for the park at 10.40am. A service conducted by Captain Brown will be held at 11am and include two minutes’ silence wreath laying. The parade will then march down to The Moor at 11.30am.
On Monday, Armistice Day (November 11), a two minutes’ silence will be observed at the St Nazaire Memorial on Prince of Wales Pier in Falmouth at 11am.
Events in Penryn are being organised by the town’s branch of the Royal British Legion. On Sunday, a parade will muster at the Town Hall at 10.30am before marching to St Gluvias Church for a service at 11am.
An Act of Remembrance will also take place at Penryn Rugby Club at 2pm.
On Monday, two minutes’ silence will be observed at 11am and the Memorial Garden in Quay Hill. At Perranwell Station, participants will gather at 10.50am ahead of a two minute silence at Perranarworthal War Memorial, which will be followed by a service at St Pirans Church at 11.10am. Two minutes’ silence will be observed at the War Memorial at 11am.
In Stithians a parade will muster at the Surgery in Crellow Lane at 10.15am on Sunday and will head to the Parish Church where a service will be held at 10.45am. On Monday, a service will be held at the War Memorial from 10.30am, but if wet it will be held in the church.