Remembrance Sunday takes place every year to honour the anniversary of the Armistice, which put an end to the First World War.

It takes place on the Sunday closest to November 11, and although it’s mainly associated and largely dedicated to the soldiers that lost their lives in both of the World Wars, it’s also a chance pay respects and tributes to all British troops who have died in all battles and wars.

Here are some of the local services organised by different councils from different regions that include Glasgow, North Lanarkshire, South Lanarkshire, Dunbartonshire, and Renfrewshire.

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Airdrie – North Lanarkshire Council

A service will be held at the War War Memorial, Monkscourt Avenue, Airdrie on Sunday and will start at 11am.

It is open to all members of the public and locals hope that people come and show their support by participating in the Parade and Service of Remembrance.

Glasgow – Glasgow City Council

Glasgow’s First World War memorial will begin at 11am on Sunday with a two-minute silence on George Square lead by Deputy Lord Lieutenant Phil Greene.

The Royal Regiment of Scotland and the Glasgow Youth Choir will be providing music and First Bus have announced they will provide free travel for all armed forces members and veterans on the day.

Hamilton – South Lanarkshire Council

Hamilton started the first of its services last weekend with the opening of the Garden of Remembrance in the town’s Quarry Street on Saturday before the annual Festival of Remembrance event took place the following evening.

This Sunday, Remembrance crosses will be placed at the cenotaph in the public park, Bothwell Road, at 3pm.

If the weather doesn’t hold up, these people should gather at the banqueting hall at South Lanarkshire Council’s headquarters in Almada Street instead.

There will also be a minute’s silence at the Victoria Cross Memorial in the town’s Castle Street on Monday, November 11, starting at 10.45am.

Kirkintilloch – East Dunbartonshire Council

At 10.30am on Sunday morning, a Service of Remembrance will begin in both St. David’s Memorial church and Park Church on Alexandra St, Kirkintilloch.

It will be followed by a walk to the War Memorial which is due to start at 12.15pm and locals are being encouraged to join in.

Motherwell – North Lanarkshire Council

Members of the public are welcome to join in Motherwell’s service which will be held at Cenotaph, Duchess of Hamilton Park on Sunday afternoon.

The service will start at 3pm with the parade moving off from  Motherwell United Services Club, Mabel Street at 2.25pm and hopes to arrive at Park for around 2.55pm.

Torrance – East Dunbartonshire Council

A service will be held in the Parish Church, School Rd, Torrance, on Sunday and will begin at 10am.

The public are welcome to join the service as well as the parade from the church to the War Memorial at 10:45. At 11am there will be a service of Remembrance at War Memorial.

Marked locations – Renfrewshire Council

Renfrewshire Council has said that there will be numerous parades across their jurisdiction that will begin at 10am with a two-minute silence at 11am.

They have encouraged the general public to attend at the following locations: Houston, Kilbarchan, Renfrew, Paisley, Lochwinnoch, Howwood, Johnstone, Elderslie, and Bridge of Weir.