Thousands of people across the county will fall silent as they pay tribute to the men and women killed in the First and Second World Wars on Sunday. 

Below is a selection of remembrance events being held across the south of the county on November 13: 

High Wycombe: The annual Remembrance Sunday Parade will take place on Sunday, leaving from Queen Victoria Road at 10.30am. The mayor, deputy lieutenant of Buckinghamshire and the High Sheriff will take the salute in the High Street before proceeding to the memorial outside All Saints’ Parish Church.

A short service will be held at the memorial led by reverend Hugh Ellis and reverend (squadron leader) Mike hall – station chaplain at RAF High Wycombe, during which wreaths will be laid. This will be followed by a short service in the church to which everyone is invited.

West Wycombe: The day will begin at the war memorial in St Lawrence churchyard at 10.50am prompt with the ceremony of remembrance and the roll call of all the parishioners who were killed in both World Wars.

Wreaths will be laid and the Last Post and Reveille played. This will be followed by the Eucharist Service and Sunday school in church. Service by Reverend Ian Fishwick.

Marlow: The parade and service, organised by the Marlow branch of the Royal British Legion will leave their headquarters in Station Approach and march along Station Road at approximately 10.30am.

The Royal Scots Guards pipe band will be leading the parade and the service will commence at the war memorial on the Causeway at 10.45am.

Wooburn Green and Bourne End: Wooburn and Bourne End Scouts, Guides and Brownies will be placing 145 white crosses with the names of fallen soldiers on The Green on Sunday at 10am.

A service will then be led by the Vicar of St. Paul's Church and will be held at the memorial. The Community Church will serve refreshments after the service, which will take place from 10.45am until 11.25am.

Loudwater: The day will start at 9.45am with an All Age service at St Peter’s Loudwater, followed by a service at Loudwater War Memorial. Soup, rolls, coffee and cake will be served at the church from 11.15am.

Gerrards Cross: The Royal British Legion’s Gerrards Cross branch will hold a Service of Remembrance at Gerrards Cross Memorial Centre at 10.30am.

Beaconsfield: Holy Communion Service at 9.30am in St Mary’s and All Saints Church in the Old Town will be followed by the Remembrance Parade at the war memorial at 10.45am. A civic service will follow at 11.15am.

Cookham: The annual act of remembrance at Cookham High Street War Memorial will be followed by a procession to Holy Trinity Church for a short service of music, readings and prayers.

The event will run from 10.50am until 11.50am, with music led by the Girls' Choir.

Chesham Bois: Join the parade from St Leonards Church to the war memorial in Chesham Bois, where a service will be held at 11.45am.

Chesham: A service will take place at Chesham Methodist Church, on Bellingdon Road, at 10.30am, led by Rev’d Steve Watts.

Amersham: A Civic Service in the Memorial Gardens will start at 10.50am followed by a service of remembrance in St Mary’s Church, Old Amersham.

At All Saints Coleshill the service will begin at 10am and conclude around the village war memorial in time for the two minutes silence at 11.

Penn and Tylers Green: The Royal British Legion will hold its Service of Remembrance at Holy Trinity, Penn.

Princes Risborough: The annual service at St Mary’s Church and parade at 10am will be followed by laying of wreaths at the memorial in the Market Square.

Downley: A service will take place at the Downley Memorial Hall, in the High Street, at 3pm.