Hundreds of people in Lincoln will gather on Rememberance Sunday to honour those who lost their lives in times of conflict.
A military parade organised by the MOD and the Royal British Legion will take place in the cathedral area between 9.50am-11.30am on Sunday, November 10.
Lincolnshire County Council said road closures will be implemented as and when needed on Bailgate, Eastgate and Minster Yard.
A wreath laying will take place at St Benedict’s Square war memorial at 10.40am on Saturday, November 9. A short service will take place at the same location at 11am on Monday, November 11.
Lincoln Cathedral will also host special Remembrance Services during the day to remember all those who have died.
The annual Service of Remembrance will start at 10.40am and everyone is welcome to attend the services and worship at Lincoln Cathedral.
The Service of Music and Readings for Remembrance, which will include Fauré’s Requiem, will take place at 3.45pm.
Entrance to the cathedral is currently via the Galilee Porch on the south side of the building. The west front entrance is currently closed while scaffolding is dismantled.
The International Bomber Command Centre will mark Rememberance Sunday with a service including readings, music from the IBCC Choir and Orchestra and the Roll of Honour, for veterans who we have lost in the last 12 months.