Where you can pay your respects to fallen
THIS weekend will see thousands join the annual Remembrance Sunday parades and services in the Bristol region.
Events are planned across Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset as the Royal British Legion leads processions to remember fallen British soldiers.
The end of the charity's annual Poppy Day appeal on Sunday will means thousands of pounds have again been raised by the British Legion to support servicemen and women and their families.
The biggest service in Bristol will be the Remembrance Day parade through the city centre to the cenotaph, leaving College Green at 10.45am on Sunday.
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Road closures will be in place from 10am to noon.
The Lord Mayor will travel by carriage from the Mansion House accompanied by the City Swordbearer, the Lady Mayoress and a mounted police escort.
The Lord Lieutenant will then join the Lord Mayor ahead of the civic procession from the Council House to the cenotaph.
The service includes a two minute silence from 11am and will also be attended by former lord mayors, honorary aldermen, Bristol City Council officers, MPs, the Lord Lieutenant and the deputy lieutenants, High Sheriff of Bristol, magistrates and troops.
The annual remembrance day service will be held at Bristol Cathedral on Sunday, beginning at 10.50am.
Clifton Cathedral's mass will begin at 11am on Sunday, during which a two-minute silence will be held.
Brigadier David Godsal, president of Bristol and Somerset Royal British Legion, said: "We encourage people to join their local war memorials or certainly just stop and stay silent wherever they are on Sunday at 11am to remember those who have died and served. They all need our support.
"People must also remember that the Royal British Legion works tirelessly all year round.
"We have dispersed about £750,000 this year already on all sorts of good causes.
"Nationally, the Royal British Legion spends £1.7 million every week so there is a lot of work to continue to do."
At Arnos Vale, a service of remembrance will also held on Sunday at the Great War Memorial.
In Staple Hill, the Staple HIll British Legion will hold its annual parade and service commencing on Kendall Road.
At St Mary's Church in Fishponds, a remembrance service will also be held at 10.30am followed by wreath laying at the War Memorial in Fishponds Park at 11am. There will also be a service at the Whitchurch war memorial at 11am.
A memorial service will be held at Mangotsfield War Memorial at 12.30pm and an evening service at St Stephen's Church, Soundwell, will commence at 6.30pm.
In Warmley, there will be a service at 11am at the Warmley War Memorial on the High Street in Warmley.
In Clifton, there will also be a parade leaving from the St Andrew's Churchyard at 1.30pm which will include Guides and Scouts.
In Yate, a parade is due to start at Poole Court at 9.15am on Sunday. The parade will lead to St Mary's Church for a service which begins at 10am.
Following the service, wreaths will be laid at the Lych Gate and the Parnall Grave at 11am.
In Weston-super-Mare, the Royal British Legion will lead the parade from the High Street at 10.15am to Grove Park.
They will be supported by other ex service members, standard bearers, cadets, Scouts, Cubs, Guides and Brownies ahead of a service which will begin just before 11am.
And in Keynsham, the remembrance parade will form on Ashton Way and will march to St John the Baptist Church led by the Bath ATC Band from 9am.
At around 10.45am the parade will re-form in Station Road and march to the Memorial Gates for the wreath laying service.
There are also services planned in Mangotsfield, Avonmouth, Hanham, Portishead, Chipping Sodbury, Thornbury, Nailsea and Backwell.