THE Isle of Wight is set to honour those who died in the first and second world wars this Remembrance Sunday.

Across the Island services and events will be held in memory of those who lost their lives in the first and second world wars.

In Newport a parade will leave Drill Hall Road tomorrow at 10:32am arriving in St Thomas Square at approximately 10:50am.

The Vectis Corp of Drums will lead the Parade along with Standard Bearers and military personnel, cadets, schools and close behind this year will be the Isle of Wight Highland Pipes and Drums.

There will be two minutes Silence then the laying of wreaths followed by service a short parade will take place to take the Salute by Boots.

The service will honour the service and sacrifice of the Armed Forces community, the British and Commonwealth veterans that fought in the two World Wars and later conflicts.

After the Act of Remembrance, there will be a Service of Remembrance in Newport Minster which the Archdeacon of the Isle of Wight, The Venerable Peter Leonard will preach the sermon.

There are numerous services planned across the IW. 

In Cowes the War Memorial Service will begin at 10.45am in Northwood Park followed by a Remembrance Service in St Mary’s Church, finishing with a parade through Cowes to the Bandstand on the Parade.

In Wooton a service will be held in The Parish Church of Saint Peter as part of general services.