The Mayor of Hillingdon will lead Remembrance events across Hillingdon on the 90th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
Fallen heroes will be remembered on Sunday and then once more on the civic centre forecourt in Uxbridge next Tuesday, which is the 11th day of the 11th month.
There will be a two minute silence at 11am, when maroon rockets will be launched from 11 different sites across the borough to signal the start of the silence, and then at 11.02.
Councillor Brian Crowe, the Mayor of Hillingdon, will join representatives from the Royal British Legion along with a trumpeteer from the Central band of the the Royal Air Force, based at RAF Uxbridge in Hillingdon Road.
On Sunday at 10am there will be an RAF Remembrance service at the Salvation Army citadel, Cowley Road, Uxbridge, which will be followed by a wreath laying at the war memorial. Refreshments will then be available at the Battle of Britain Club, in Hillingdon Road.
There will also be a Remembrance Day parade and memorial service in Ruislip on Sunday.
It will begin in Ruislip High Street before moving on to the Royal British Legion club house, in West End Road.
The Eastcote branch of the Royal British Legion will hold its remembrance parade and service on Sunday from 10.45 until 11.25am at the Eastcote War Memorial in Field End Road.
St Anselm's Church, in Station Road, Hayes, will hold a special Remembrance Mass on Sunday at 10am to remember those who gave their lives.
And St Mary's Church, Harefield, will hold a service at 10.30am in the church, in Church Hill, which will be followed by wreath laying in the ANZAC cemetery out-side, at around 11.45am.
A united church service, beginning with a procession from St Mary's, will be held on the village green in Breakspear Road North, Harefield, at 3pm.