Next weekend marks Remembrance Day and Nottingham has many events lined up for people to pay their respects.
The annual Service of Remembrance and Parade will be taking place again this year at the County War Memorial on the Embankment on Sunday November 11.
Last year hundreds of people turned up to show their support for the Forces,and this year will be no different as 2018 marks the 100-year anniversary of the end of the r World.
The Victoria Embankment will be one of the seven locations throughout the UK where ‘nation’s tributes’ will be lit.
As well as this there will be poetry, music and lights capes throughout the parade.
The event will start at 10.45am.
At Wollaton park families can also come together to show their solidarity and raise money at Poppy Run Nottingham.
The event is open to all ages and abilities, where you can walk, jog or run at your own pace, and you can even bring along any four-legged friends.
The race starts at 11am on Sunday 4 November, it is £15 for adults, £7.50 for seven to 17-year-olds and free for children aged six and under.
The Royal British Legion are encouraging people to raise £50 that will go towards veterans’ recovery who are struggling with physical and mental challenges.
And of course, the annual service at the Market Square will take place on November 11.