REMEMBRANCE Sunday will be celebrated across Worcestershire to commemorate the contribution of British and Commonwealth military and civilian servicemen and women involved in the two World Wars.

A service will take place at Worcester Cathedral on Sunday November 10.

The act of remembrance at the County War Memorial will take place at 10.55am.

The following day there will be another act of remembrance at County War Memorial at 10.55am for Armistice Day.

At St John’s Church, a Good Old Days event will take place on Remembrance Sunday between 5.00pm and 7.30pm.

Paul Harding and members from Discover History will be speaking about the horror felt after war was declared.

At 7pm poppies will fall from the sky to respect the fallen.

A service will take place at Claines Church at 10.55am on Sunday, November 10. The service will leave the British Legion on Cornmeadow Lane at 10.30am to walk to the short distance to the war memorial, arriving at 10.45am for the laying of wreaths and for reflection.

The next day, Claines Primary School will have their servies at the church at 10.30am, followed by wreath laying at the war memorial at 11am.

In Warndon, a ‘reflective’ service will take place at 10.45am on Sunday at St Wulstan in Cranham Drive.

Afterwards, an act of remembrance will take place on the green just outside the church, with children from the Scouts participating.

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In Upton-Upon-Severn, the service will start at the Old Fire Station, New Street at 10.00am on Sunday - the procession will then lay wreaths at the war memorial at around noon. On the following day, there will be a short wreath-laying and flag-raising ceremony outside the Memorial Hall. Light refreshments will be available afterwards.

For Powick and Callow End, the church of Ascension, in Malvern Link will host a male voice choir, presenting ‘In sunshine and in Shadow’ - from 7pm on November 10.