Remembrance Day will be marked across Hertfordshire to honour veterans and their sacrifices.

The nation will hold a two-minute silence on Sunday (November 10) to commemorate soldiers who died in battle.

The memorial day has been held since the end of World War One.

Roads will be closed as parades and services, usually organised by the Royal British Legion, take place in communities across the county.

In St Albans, a parade will begin after 10.30am on St Peter’s Street on Sunday.

There will be representatives from Air, Sea and Army Cadets.

Scout movements, Police, Ambulance and Fire Services will also be included.

There will be a service at 10.50am led by Reverend Canon Mark Dearnley.

The Mayor will also lay down a wreath with Lord-Lieutenant of Hertfordshire, Robert Voss.

St Alban’s Cathedral will playing music in memory of soldiers and veterans followed by a two-minute silence from 11am on Sunday.

The Mayor will go to the War Memorial on November 11 for a two-minute silence.