The parade will arrive at the War Memorial at approximately 2.40pm when the wreath laying will commence.
There will also be a service at Rawmarsh Methodist Church at the same time.
The Remembrance Sunday parade will start from the Town Hall at 10.40am, with church bells ringing half-muffled.
The parade, led by the Royal British Legion standard, will include groups, youth and adult organisations, who will "eyes right" as they pass the dais outside Lloyds Bank.
At North Walsham, Sunday's programme of events will begin with a short service in Memorial Park at 2.15pm. This will be followed by the laying of wreaths at Bray War Memorial.
The Remembrance Parade will gather in Market Rasen Market Place at around 10.30am, following the Annual Service of Remembrance in St Thomas's Church, which starts at 9.30am.
St Nicolas' Church in Taplow is holding a remembrance service at 10.15am.More news: Elisabeth Moss Is Fighting for Her Life
What date is Remembrance Sunday?
A procession will assemble at the Chadderton Reform Club on Middleton Road at 10am and proceed to the War Memorial at 10.30am.
This will be followed by a remembrance service at St Mary's Church in Station Road at around 10.45am.
A special event has also been arranged to honour the war dead in Moorgate Cemetery.
Remembrance Day is almost upon us and this year it marks 101 years since the Armistice that ended the First World War. It will cost £6 per head and will take place between 1pm and 3pm at Age Concern in Polehampton Close.
A remembrance service at All Saints Church at 9.30am.
The service at St Mary's Church will be led by the Rev John Reeve, the chaplain of the Royal British Legion.More news: Toyota and BYD join forces for EV development in China
Wheathampstead Parish Council and St Helen's Church are inviting residents to join the procession from Church Street (by the entrance to Bury Green) on Sunday, November 10 at 10.45am, gathering at the war memorial for a two minutes silence at 11am.
After the Second World War, there were calls to bring all days of remembrance under one umbrella and in 1945, the then Archbishop of Westminster proposed November 11 and its present name to commemorate both world wars, a suggestion endorsed by the Home Office in 1946.
Afterwards the congregation will walk to Wargrave War Memorial on Mill Green where crosses and wreaths will be laid.
Where does the two-minute silence come from? .
A remembrance service will begin at 10.45am at St Mary's Church in Cannon Lane. After the service there will be a parade back to Market Square where the parade will be dismissed.
Refreshments will be served by Wooburn Community Church.More news: Japanese women fight for right to wear glasses to work：The Asahi Shimbun