Falmouth, Penryn and surrounding parishes will hold their annual remembrance services on Sunday.

In Falmouth the parade will assemble on The Moor at 10.25am before heading to Kimberley Park at 10.40am.

A service conducted the mayor's chaplain Rev Charles Blizzard, assisted by Rev Stephen Pudgey, will be held at 11am and includes a two-minute silence and wreath laying. The parade will then return to The Moor at 11.30am.

On Monday, Armistice Day (November 11), there will be a short service at the St Nazaire Memorial (10.50am) on Prince of Wales Pier, followed by two minutes’ silence at 11am.

In Penryn, the town council is organising events in conjunction with the Royal British Legion.

Weather permitting, a parade will gather at the Temperance Hall at 10.15am, before marching to St Gluvias Church at 10.30am for a service at 11am.

If it is very wet, the parade will be cancelled and the entourage will head straight to the church.

Later in the day, an act of remembrance will 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.

Everyone is welcome for the short secular service, which will include youngsters and university students.

At St Laudus Church in Mabe, there will be a remembrance service at 10.45am in the Memorial Garden, while Flushing and Mylor will also hold services.

In Flushing there will be a service at the St Peter's Church, followed by a two-minute silence at the war memorial on the quay.

At Mylor Church there will be a two-minute silence before wreathes are laid at the memorial.

On Monday a service will be held in Mawnan at the Memorial Hall. The service starts at around 10.45am, but it is suggested to arrive early in order to get a seat.