Watford’s annual Remembrance Day service and parade are taking place tomorrow (Sunday).

It will be to commemorate those lost at war, with council leaders and the mayor welcoming the public to pay their respects.

You will be able to watch the parade happen, with various organisations marching through town.

Here is all the information needed for the day with the event happening in the town centre.

When is it happening?

Sunday, November 12.

It will be from 2.15pm to 3pm.

Watford Observer: The parade will be from 2.15pm. The parade will be from 2.15pm. (Image: Watford Borough Council)

What will be happening and where?

There will be a parade which starts at St Mary’s Church at 2.15pm.

It will be followed by a service at the Peace Memorial where the mayor will do a reading along with the chairman of the council and there will be a two-minute silence.

Who can attend?

Anyone can pay their respects and the Vice Chairman and the Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire will be in attendance as well as the Royal British Legion and other organisations.

Will there be wreaths laid?

Yes, representatives from various organisations and the council will be laying wreaths at the Peace Memorial during the service.

What is happening with the parade?

Watford Observer: The route is from St Mary's to the Peace MemorialThe route is from St Mary's to the Peace Memorial (Image: Google Maps)

The parade will be led by the Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire with organisations carrying their flags and councillors joining the walk.

The public is invited to join the parade.

It will be going through Watford town centre and ending at the memorial.