HIGH WYCOMBE: The annual Remembrance Sunday parade and service will take place on Sunday, November 12. The parade will leave Queen Victoria Road at 10.30am. The mayor, Cllr Brian Pearce, will take the salute in the High Street before parading to the war memorial outside All Saints’ Parish Church. A short service will be conducted at the memorial and wreaths will be laid. There will be a service in the church and all members of the public are invited.

WEST WYCOMBE: The village’s Remembrance Sunday service begins at 10.45am at the war memorial.

PRINCES RISBOROUGH: A service will be held on November 11 at 11am at the war memorial in Market Square. The next day (November 12), there will be a church service at St Mary’s Church at 10am, followed by a wreath-laying at the Market Square war memorial.

MARLOW: The moving ceremony will be held on Sunday, November 12 at the war memorial on the Causeway. The Parade will set off from the Royal British Legion HQ in Station Approach led by the Scots Guards Association Pipe Band and will arrive at the War Memorial at approximately 10.40am.  The Service will commence at 10.45am with Reverend Dave Bull, All Saints’ Church leading the service, with Pastor Kenneth Claassen, Newfield Community Church and Reverend David Downing of Christ Church United Reform Church. Mayor Jocelyn Towns and deputy mayor of Marly-le-Roi, Carlos Montes will be laying wreaths on behalf of Marlow and Marly-le-Roi. Deputy Lieutenant Brigadier Bill O’Leary will be taking the salute in the High Street. The High Street will be closed to traffic and there will be no parking from 8am until at the latest 12.15pm.

PENN AND TYLERS GREEN: There will be Remembrance services at both Holy Trinity in Penn and St Margaret’s in Tylers Green in the morning of November 12 and there will be a two minute’s silence at the Back Common at 11am. It is advisable to arrive by 10.55am. There will also be a Royal British Legion Service of Remembrance at St Margaret’s at 3pm.

PENN STREET: A Remembrance Service will be held at 10am in Holy Trinity Church and will finish at the war memorial on the Common.

DOWNLEY: A Remembrance Day service will take place at 3.30pm at the Memorial Hall.

GERRARDS CROSS: The service will commence at 10.40am at the war memorial at Gerrards Cross Memorial Centre on November 12. In the event of bad weather on the day, the service will be held in Colston Hall instead. Tea and coffee will be available in the hall afterwards.

BEACONSFIELD: An act of remembrance will take place at the war memorial in the Old Town at 10.45am and wreaths will be laid. It will be followed by a Remembrance service in St Mary’s Church. Everyone is welcome to join.

COLESHILL: A 10am service at All Saints Church will finish round the village war memorial.

FLACKWELL HEATH: The village’s branch of the Royal British Legion will hold its service on Sunday, November 12 at the war memorial in Common Road. The parade will start at 10.30am. Groups who require wreaths to present can call the poppy appeal organiser on 07549257884.

CHESHAM BOIS: The war memorial on North Road will play host to a remembrance service from 11.45am.

CHESHAM: The Royal British Legion are organising a parade that will march from White Hill, down the High Street to the war memorial in The Broadway for a short service and wreath laying ceremony from 10am until 10.30am on November 12.

AMERSHAM: A service will start at 10.45am in Old Amersham’s memorial gardens followed by a civic service at St Mary’s Church.

GREAT KINGSHILL: A short ceremony will take place at the War Memorial in front of Great Kingshill Village Hall at 10.45am for 11am on Sunday, November 12. There will be a reading and wreath laying. This is in recognition of local residents who gave their lives for their country from 1914-18 onwards. There will be cups of tea afterwards in the Village Hall.

NAPHILL: A Remembrance Service will be held on Sunday, November 12 at 2.45pm outside Naphill Village Hall. It is to remember all the World War I deaths, but especially unfortunately those from Naphill itself. The hall will be open from 2.15pm.

WOOBURN GREEN: The 1st Wooburn and Bourne End scout groups are again planning a tribute to the fallen of Wooburn and Bourne End, comprising of 145 white wooden crosses, laid out in a large rectangle in the middle of Wooburn Green. The crosses will be put in place on Saturday, November 4. On Remembrance Sunday at 10am, prior to a parade forming up at 10.15am, identity details will be placed on each cross. The Parade departs from the north end of The Green at 10.30am to march to the war memorial for the Remembrance Sunday service.