This weekend we choose to remember the brave service men and women who fought and are now in the armed services protecting our country and our values.
Here in West Berkshire, we have a number of events to mark 100 years since the First World War ended and we want to make it as easy as possible for you to know about them. We've compiled a list below and hope this helps.
Sunday 11th, 10:25am: Remembrance Parade starting at Pelican Lane, marching the length of Northbrook Street, turning to Mansion House Street and to the Market Place. There will be a Remembrance Service, then the parade will march to the war memorial before heading into St Nicolas' Church.
Sunday 11th, 6:15pm: Battle's Over event to honour those who lost their lives in the First World War. A brief silence will be held, followed by the lighting of a beacon to symbolise the coming out of the darkness of war into the light of peace.
Sunday 11th, 10:30am: Members of the armed forces, Royal British Legion, local dignitaries and youth groups will parade from the Kingsland Centre car park, round the Broadway and up the High Street, where they will gather in the war memorial car park.
Sunday 11th, 6:45pm: Lighting of a beacon and ringing of the bells at St Mary's churchyard followed by a concert in the church. To book your concert ticket click here.
Sunday 11th, 9:30am: There will be a parade from Theale's main car park, through the High Street and Church Street to Holy Trinity Church. The parade will consist of local youth services and will be led by parish councillors and Cllr Alan Macro.
Sunday 11th, 11:00am: Laying of wreaths at the war memorial.
Sunday 11th, 9:30am: Remembrance Service at St Lawrence Church with a parade to the 11am ceremony at the war memorial.
Sunday 11th, 6:30pm: A beacon will be lit at the Triangle Field. This will include a reading of the Exhortation and Last Post will be played.
We hope you and those around you remember our brave soldiers on this very special day.