Written by Duncan Martin on November 8, 2015
On Remembrance Sunday, we will be crossing live to the Cenotaph in London and join the nation to commemorate the contribution of British and Commonwealth military and civilian servicemen and women in the two World Wars and later conflicts.
The Cenotaph will be attended by the Queen, David Cameron, Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn along with representatives of the Armed Forces, Fishing Fleets and Merchant Air and Navy. Marching starts at 10am with the main service beginning at 11am.
Locally, a service of remembrance will take place at the Garden of Honour in the Royal British Legion Village, Hall Road, Aylesford.
Bishop of Rochester James Langstaff will host the service that starts at 3pm.
And in Medway, the naval memorial on the Great Lines at Gillingham will be the venue for the first service of the day.
Mayor Barry Kemp will he among those laying wreaths at the imposing memorial from 9am.
Later he will join council leader Cllr Alan Jarrett and chief executive Neil Davies for the Royal British Legion ceremony at Rochester Cathedral.