LUDLOW'S annual outdoor Remembrance Sunday service will take place on November 12, remembering the town's fallen soldiers.

This year's event will take place at the Peace Memorial, near Ludlow Market, a Ludlow Town Council spokesperson said.

Those wishing to attend the service should arrive at the Market Square by 10.30am to see the civic and church processions followed by the arrival of the parade from Ludlow Castle. Wreath laying will take place after the Act of Remembrance to honour the fallen.

The parade will proceed from the Peace Memorial to St Laurence's Church, where a church service will take place. This service offers an opportunity for the community to come together to reflect on the sacrifices made by the men and women who served our country.

On Armistice Day, Saturday, November 11, the Act of Remembrance and a short service will be held at the Peace Memorial at 11am. Everyone is invited to attend the service and residents are encouraged to observe the two-minute silence and pay their respects to those who have given their lives for our freedom.

A town centre road closure including the Castle Street car park will be in effect on Sunday, November 12, from approximately 10.30am until 11.30am.

Roads affected are The Bullring, King Street, High Street, Castle Street and Mill Street. Roads will open again when safe to do so.

Castle Street Car Park will also be closed on Saturday, November 11, from approximately 10.30am to 11.30am.

For further information and updates regarding the Remembrance Sunday Service and Armistice Day events, please visit the Ludlow Town Council website.