FALLEN Heroes will be remembered this Sunday as hundreds of people are expected to turn out for annual Remembrance Day services.
Here are the details of just some of the acts of remembrance taking place in Lincolnshire towns and villages...
THE Remembrance Sunday parade will leave the car park adjacent to the Royal British Legion Hall on Northgate at 10.20am en route to the war memorial for the wreath laying ceremony.
A two minutes silence will be observed at 11am. At the conclusion of the service, the parade will march to St James' Church for Divine Worship at 11.15am.
A rehearsal for any standard bearer needing training will be on Thursday at 7pm at the Royal British Legion Hall.
Louth Mayor, Jill Makinson Sanders has invited a Grenadier Guard, Reuben Elliot from Louth to lay a wreath.
He was injured while serving in Afghanistan and will lay a wreath in memory of five colleagues.
MABLETHORPE AND SUTTON ON SEA
THE procession from Mablethorpe Community Hall will be led by clergy from 9.45am for the United Remembrances Sunday Service at the Community Hall. The parade from the community hall will be from 10.40am for prayers and laying of wreaths at Mablethorpe War Memorial.
The service at Sutton-on-Sea war memorial with prayers, laying of wreaths and hymn will be at 10.55am.
SKEGNESS AND INGOLDMELLS
ACTS of Remembrance will take place at the memorials at St Matthew's, Skegness and St Peter & Paul, Ingoldmells at 10.50am. Each ceremony will be followed by a Civic Service in the church. Representatives of town or parish councils, community groups and families will attend.
The Remembrance Day parade will form at Station Road to start no later than 10.20am and will be led by men and women from RAF Cranwell.
The parade will include Joint Service Signals Organisations, Army Cadet Force, contingents from 2160 Squadron and the Air Training Corps.
The Market Place car park, Sleaford, will be closed from midnight on Saturday until 2pm on Sunday, with alternative parking available in car parks at Eastbanks, Eastgate, Moneys Yard, Church Lane and Westgate.
In the event of bad weather on Sunday the service will take place inside the church of St Denys.
LED by the Spilsby Branch of the Royal British Legion, the Remembrance Sunday parade will start at 10.30am from the Lower Market Place (Buttercross).
All members and organisations are invited to attend this parade, as are ex-service personnel and their families.
There will be a rehearsal for the standard bearers and escorts also those laying wreaths at the War Memorial at St James's Church on Friday at 7.30pm.
CONINGSBY AND TATTERSHALL
FOR those wishing to march to St Michael's Church in Coningsby, meet at Butts bridge lay-by at 10am. The service will start at the church at 10.30am.
Following the service, there will be a parade from 11.45am to Coningsby War Memorial for the laying of wreaths.
Services will also take place at Tattershall Market Place and Tattershall Thorpe.
At 2pm, there will be a remembrance service at Coningsby War Cemetery and a service at Wildmore Parish Church at 3pm.
A two-minute silence will be observed during a service at the town's war memorial.
The congregation will then go to the Church of St Botolph and celebrate The Remembrance Sunday Service.