At 10.45am on Sunday, 11 November, a Service of Remembrance, Thanksgiving and Dedication will be held at the War Memorial in Mount Pleasant Road, Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Dignitaries will leave the main entrance of the Town Hall and process to the War Memorial to be in place at 10.50am when the service will commence.
During the service wreaths will be laid by the Mayor and Mayoress Cllr John Smith and Mrs Rebecca Smith, the Deputy Lieutenant of Kent; a senior police officer; the Royal British Legion President; Greg Clark MP, representatives of the RNA, the British Army Association and the RAFA.
Wreaths will then be laid by representatives of other service units, other units and members of the public.
Following the service the Mayor will return to the entrance steps of the Town Hall to take the salute from the March Past of contingents attending the service and parade.
The Deputy Mayor and Deputy Mayoress, accompanied by the Royal British Legion Chairman and President will then go to the Tunbridge Wells Borough Cemetery to lay wreaths at the two memorials to servicemen and women and civilians who are buried there.
There is likely to be disruption to traffic in Royal Tunbridge Wells town centre on Sunday morning as roads may be closed.
Remembrance ceremonies will also be taking place in other towns and villages in the borough.