Remembrance services across Tameside to remember the fallen in the Two World Wars and recent conflicts:
Saturday at Audenshaw Memorial Garden at noon and Littlemoss Memorial Gardens at 2.30pm.
There will also be an act of remembrance on Ashton town hall steps at 10.55am on Tuesday with two minutes’ silence at 11am, and a service at Godley Hill Road memorial in Hyde at 10.50am.
The majority of remembrance services take place on Sunday and are as follows:
Parade from market ground at 9am followed by service at Ashton Parish Church at 9.45am and wreath-laying at war memorial at 10.45am.
St Gabriel’s Church, Cockbrook, at 10.55am and wreath laying at war memorial at 12.30pm.
St John’s Church at 9.30am and procession to Hurst Cemetery memorial for 11am.
Park Bridge war memorial at 10.45am.
Parade from Canon Burrows Primary School, Waterloo, at 2pm to Oldham Road war memorial for 2.30pm.
War memorial in Audenshaw Cemetery at 3pm.
Parade from RBL club on Grosvenor Street at 10.10am to Victoria Park for 10.45am.
St Mary’s Church, Haughton Green, at 10.30am.
Thornley Park memorial at 1.30pm.
Parade from Church Street at 10.15am to war memorial for 10.45am.
Parade from King Street town hall at 2.45pm to Chapel Hill memorial at 3pm.
Short service at Tame Valley memorial in Dukinfield Cemetery led by 2nd Dukinfield (St John’s) Scouts at 10.50am.
Parade from Greenfield Street at 2pm to Central Methodist Church, Norfolk Street, at 2.30pm, returning for wreath laying at the town hall and Falklands tree memorial on Stockport Road.
Parade from Rosemount Methodist Church, Newton, at 10am to Bennett Street memorial at 10.15am.
Procession from Higham Lane Visitor Centre at 11.45am to Werneth Low memorial for 12pm.
Mossley Park at 10.45am.
Parade leaves Broadbottom Community Centre at 10.30am to war memorial for 10.45am.
Hollingworth Methodist Church, Market Street, at 10am, followed by parade to Mottram Moor war memorial at 10.50am