Here is where you can pay your respects this Remembrance weeked:

HIGH WYCOMBE: Wycombe will commemorate the centenary of the end of World War I with a full programme of Remembrance Day events on November 11. Taking place in High Wycombe town centre, the day will begin with a bugler at the war memorial at 7am and continue with a parade through the town followed by the traditional minute’s silence. The parade will start from 10.30am, before a silence at 10.58am. The church bells at All Saints will ring at 11am. That evening, at 6.55pm, a beacon will be lit on Tom Burts Hill and the Last Post will be played. The church bells at All Saints will ring again at 7.05pm, followed by a cry for peace and Last Post. The proceedings will be followed by choral evensong at All Saints Church and a reception. The evening events are part of a nationwide act of commemoration and celebration of the peace. The beacon is part of the WWI Beacon of Light tribute, symbolising an end to the darkness of war and a return to the light of peace.

MARLOW: A parade will set off from the Royal British Legion Headquarters in Station Approach, led by the Scots Guards Association of Pipe Band, at approximately 10.30am, arriving at the memorial for the start of the service at 10.45am when Air Marshall, Sir Colin Terry, KBE, CB, DL “Comes on Parade”. Reverend Dave Bull from All Saints’ Church will lead the service, assisted by Reverend Nick Thompson from Marlow Methodist Church and Pastor Kenneth Claessen from Newfield Community Church. During the wreath laying, the names of the fallen in WWI, WWII and Afghanistan will be read out by the mayor and followed by cadets from the three cadet forces. Marlow Town Band will be providing the music for the hymns, with Simon Davie playing the Last Post and Reveille. All Saints’ bell ringers will be setting the bells pealing for two minutes in celebration of the centenary. Once the service has finished the parade will march off up the High Street, around the Obelisk and return back down the High Street, where Sir Colin Terry will take the Salute near the gold postboxes and the parade will then return to the Legion.

WEST WYCOMBE: The village will have a weekend of remembrance events to mark the centenary of the end of World War I. On Saturday, November 10, there will be an afternoon tea from 2pm and a concert at 3pm featuring the Buckinghamshire Music Trust at St Lawrence Church on West Wycombe Hill. The concert will raise funds for veterans’ charities. On Sunday, November 11, an act of remembrance will take place at the war memorial from 10.45am followed by a service and Sunday school. The beacon on the hill will be lit as part of a national event at 7pm and the church bells will be rung from 7.05pm. Hot drinks will be available in the church from 6pm.

BOOKER: A memorial service will take place at the memorial hall on Booker Common on November 11 from 4pm. There will be a wreath-laying, prayers and a short service followed by refreshments and a general chat and get together.

DOWNLEY: Residents can observe as the beacon is lit on The Common from 6.45pm on November 11. From 6.50pm there will be a reading of the Tribute to Millions, before the Last Post is played. The beacon will be lit at 7pm by Sir Colin Terry.

FLACKWELL HEATH: The annual remembrance event will be held at the war memorial in Common Road on November 11. Everyone is welcome to attend. The estimated time of arrival at 10am from the legion headquarters.

GERRARDS CROSS: A commemoration will take place from 11am to 12pm at Gerrards Cross Library in Station Road on November 10. There will be a display and Armistice talk with Retired Major General Tim Inshaw. GX Cross Memorial Centre will host a service at the war memorial with members of the Royal British Legion on November 11 to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War. The service will start at 10.40am. Tea and coffee will be available in the Colston Hall after the service.

LACEY GREEN: The village will be holding a 100 year remembrance of World War I, 100 years of the Suffragette movement and the centenary of the formation of the Royal Air Force at St John’s Church, Lacey Green on Saturday, November 10, from 10am to 4pm and on Sunday, November 11 from 2pm to 4pm. Forty three people from Lacey Green will be remembered as children say a little about each one of them.

PRINCES RISBOROUGH: A civic service and a family service of remembrance will be held in St Mary’s Church from 10am on November 11. Princes Risborough town council will also be participating in the Armistice centenary beacon lighting and a beacon will be lit on Whiteleaf Hill from 7pm. The town council is inviting residents to be part of the commemoration at the Stratton Memorial Garden, behind the Paddocks Clinic off Queens Road, where you will be able to view the beacon and be part of a short ceremony of remembrance involving army cadets, Scouts and Guides. Head down to the Memorial Garden from 6pm. The ceremony will start at around 6.40pm.

LONGWICK: A remembrance service will be held on November 11 from 10.45am at the war memorial.

AMERSHAM: The remembrance event kicks off at 10.50am in the Memorial Gardens, followed by a civic service at St Mary’s Church and at 10am in All Saints in Coleshill, before a gathering at the village war memorial for 11am. At both the two minutes’ silence will be observed and the names on the memorials read out.

PENN AND TYLERS GREEN: The villages are commemorating the centenary of the end of the First World War with a special Battle’s Over beacon-lighting ceremony on Tylers Green Common at 6.45pm on November 11. A beacon will be lit at 7pm symbolising an end to the darkness of war and a return to the light of peace. Everyone is welcome at the 20 minute ceremony. In addition there is an exhibition entitled Penn and Tylers Green in the Great War in Tylers Green Village Hall until November 19 and two commemorative self-guided walks. Fifty-eight crosses bearing the names of men associated with Penn and Tylers Green who died in the war are being installed on the common over the Remembrance weekend. Maps for two self-guided walks around the village can also be obtained from the village hall.

CHESHAM BOIS: A parade from St Leonards Church to the Chesham Bois war memorial where a service of remembrance will be held from 11.45am on November 11. The church will provide soup and bread in the parish centre after the service. A bugler will be playing the Last Post at sunset.

LITTLE CHALFONT: All are welcome to a service at Little Chalfont Methodist church from 9.30am. A two-minute silence will be held at 11am at the village memorial.

CHESHAM: A piper will join more than 1,000 others across the country at 6am in Lowndes Park before a Remembrance parade at 10.45am. A memorial service will then take place at the war memorial at 11am. An evening service will take place at St Mary’s Church at 5.30pm and the Last Post will be performed in Lowndes Park at 6.50pm before a beacon is lit at 7pm.

ASHLEY GREEN: A church service and a walk to the memorial garden will take place from 10am. A reflection service will be held at 6.30pm that night.

CHALFONT ST GILES: On November 9, a tribute will take place at the Memorial Hall at 7.30pm. Between 10am and 5pm on November 10 and 11, Chiltern Open Air Museum will provide an educational day out for the family to learn about the impact World War One has had. On November 10, the Chalfont St Giles Film Club will present “Oh what a lovely war” at the Memorial Hall at 7.30pm. On November 11, a service of reflection for remembrance with Holy Communion will be held at the Parish Church at 6.30pm.

LEY HILL: Representatives from The British Legion along with local Scout and Guiding groups will form up in the Ley Hill Memorial Hall car park from 6.15pm on November 11. They will then march to the beacon from 6.30pm. Paul Sykes, piper from The Scots Guards Association Pipe Band will lead the way. At 6.45pm, Reverend Liyanage, Parish of Great Chesham followed by Karen Holt for The Methodist Chapel, will both address the audience and then call upon Councillor Andrew Garth forward to lay a wreath on behalf of the council. The Exhortation will be read before the Last Post is played. The beacon will be lit at 7pm. St. George’s Church, Tylers Hill and churches across the nation will ring out their bells in celebration of peace at 7.05pm.

BEACONSFIELD: On November 10, from 7.30pm, readings and songs from the World War I period will be performed at St Mary’s Church. A remembrance service at the war memorial in Beaconsfield Old Town will take place from 10.15am on November 11. Later that day, a beacon will be lit and a cry for peace will be held at The Green in Windsor End at 6.45pm.

PRESTWOOD: A joint service for Prestwood Methodist Church and The Kings Church will be held at 10.45am on November 11 at Prestwood Methodist Church led by Colin Veysey. Holy Trinity Prestwood invites the village to join at the war memorial in the churchyard for the Centenary Act of Remembrance at 10.55am joining the nation in a two-minute silence at 11am.

GREAT MISSENDEN: St Peter and St Paul’s service starts by the war memorial at 10.55am. There will also be an Armistice Day special service at 6pm followed by beacon lighting at 7pm. At 4pm there will be a gentle service to remember those dearly departed.

THE LEE: St John the Baptist Church holds a service at 10am with the act of remembrance at the Memorial on The Lee Green at 11am and there will be ringing out for peace at 7.05pm.

BURNHAM: A wreath-laying ceremony will take place at Burnham Park on November 11. This will be followed by a church service at St Peter’s Church, Burnham. The parade with leave Gore Road at approximately 10.15am, arriving at the war memorial at Burnham Park at 10.25am. On November 17, an end of World War I party will be held at Burnham Park Hall at 6pm. Tickets £10 each on sale at Burnham Park Hall.

FULMER: Residents, members of St James Church and Fulmer Parish Council will come together at 10.50am in the church for the service of remembrance on November 11. During the service all the names of the men who died during both World Wars will be read out. Refreshments will be held afterwards at the village hall.

HEDGERLEY: A parade lead by the Scouts, followed by local residents, from the Memorial Hall in Kiln Lane, along Village Lane to Church Holt, leading up to St Mary’s Church for the service of remembrance will take place on November 11. Time of meeting from the Memorial Hall is 10.30am.

IVER: A service for St Peter and St Leonard’s Churches will take place at 10am on November 11. A procession will leave from the clock tower at 10.40am before a service at the war memorial at 10.50am. At 6.55pm the Last Post will be played and at 7.05pm there will be ‘ringing out for peace’. The Royal British Legion will host a commemorative service at their premises on Church Road, Iver Heath. A beacon generously donated by South Bucks District Council will be lit by local veterans, and parking is available by kind permission of Pinewood Studios in the field adjacent to the British Legion Clubhouse. Refreshments will be available courtesy of the British Legion to include a barbecue, hot chocolate and the Clubhouse Bar will also be open to residents and attendees.

STOKE POGES: At 10.30am on November 11, people will gather at the flag pole for readings, a bugle and the act of remembrance parade to St Andrews Church. The remembrance service will commence at 11.15am and a World War I exhibition will start at 12pm. Refreshments available, but feel free to bring cake. A beacon will be lit at Bells Hill Green at 7pm and a ring for peace will take place at 7.05pm from St Giles Church.